Faculty Development

E13 P1: Inbox Detox/Dr. Angie Edwards

In this two-part episode Dr. Randy Clinch talks with Dr. Angie Edwards about a different way to approach your email to maximize your effectiveness and help you move away from stressing about always having to check your messages.
In Part 1, they discuss methods of approaching email management and applying the “Getting Things Done” methodology and ways to clarify expectations around responding to emails.

 

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Resources and Links:

How to Activate Microsoft OneNote

Exporting and Tagging Emails from Outlook to OneNote

 

E13 P2: Inbox Detox/Dr. Angie Edwards

In this two-part episode Dr. Randy Clinch talks with Dr. Angie Edwards about a different way to approach your email to maximize your effectiveness and help you move away from stressing about always having to check your messages.
In Part 2 of this episode Dr. Randy Clinch continues the conversation from Part 1 with Dr. Angie Edwards on organizing and utilizing your email for optimal productivity. Recommendations about leveraging other applications (such as OneNote) with Outlook is covered as well as tips and strategies about implementing a system to manage your emails.

 

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Resources and Links:

How to Activate Microsoft OneNote

Exporting and Tagging Emails from Outlook to OneNote

E12: Tips on Communicating Your Work for Research Faculty / Dr. David Ornelles

In this episode Dr. Randy Clinch talks with Dr. David Ornelles on tips Communicating Your Work for Research Faculty.

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E11: Tips on Working with an Instructional Designer

In this episode Dr. Randy Clinch talks with Karri Adams on tips on working with an Instructional Designer.

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E10: EAT Your Way to Productivity and Impact – Time / Dr. Randy Clinch

This is the third of a series of episodes by Dr. Randy Clinch on how to EAT your way to productivity and impact. In this episode, Randy focuses on the T of EAT – that’s Time.

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Resources and Links:

Eat that Frog; 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time, Brian Tracey

Free to Focus: A Total Productivity System to Achieve More by Doing Less, Michael Hyatt

When; The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, Daniel Pink

Getting Things Done – The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, by David Allen

Getting Things Done video summary

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Steven Covey

E8: Tips on Being a Peer Reviewer / Sonia Crandall

In this episode, Dr. Sonia Crandall details how to be a great peer reviewer of journal articles. 

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Resources and Links:

10 tips for reviewing scientific manuscripts – and 5 red flags by Joseph Alpert, MD 

 Step by step guide to reviewing a manuscript by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 

How to review manuscripts — your ultimate checklist by Hannah Foreman 

 AAMC Review Criteria for Research Manuscripts (95 page reference) 

 Medical Education Research Certificate (MERC) Program  

 

E1: Giving Effective Feedback/ Dr. Dave Manthey

Welcome to the premiere episode of FacDev4me! In this episode, Dr. Randy Clinch interviews Dr. Dave Manthey about Giving Effective Feedback.

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Resources and Links: 

TOLDAS mnemonic for key aspects of feedback: http://www.kumc.edu/school-of-medicine/som-faculty-affairs-and-development-(fad)/preceptor-resources/preceptor-pearls/toldas-mnemonic-for-key-aspects-of-feedback.html

 

Cantillon Peter, Sargeant Joan. Giving feedback in clinical settings BMJ 2008; 337 :a1961
doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.a1961 (Link) 

 

Kornegay JG, Kraut A, Manthey D, et al. Feedback in Medical Education: A Critical Appraisal. AEM Educ Train. 2017;1(2):98-109. Published 2017 Mar 22. doi:10.1002/ ( Link)