Essentials of two-group comparison analyses

Do you have a dataset that contains two distinct groups that you want to compare? Do you lack the resources or technical skills to understand if there is a meaningful difference between these two groups? This session will serve as a guide from data cleaning, checking necessary assumptions to performing and interpreting your results. Example datasets will be used to practice using both Microsoft Excel and SPSS.

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Common traits of successful faculty members

Ed Levine, MD, who chairs the Professionalism Consultation Committee, has observed over the years characteristics that lead to faculty succeeding and thriving in their careers. Come hear Dr. Levine share his thoughts about the traits that seem to ensure success. Spoiler alert: A good sense of humor is on his list. This session is designed for an in-person audience however it will be broadcasted (not interactive) for people who need to watch remotely.

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Tenets of high functioning teams

All health care employees work in teams but few training programs devote time to developing skills that teach the tenets of getting teams to function at a high level. Join other College of Medicine faculty for an interactive, skill-building workshop. This session is designed for an in-person audience however it will be broadcasted (not interactive) for people who need to watch remotely.

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Educational research spotlight: Translating educational innovations/interventions into scholarship

Are you faced with the challenge of compiling vital reports and producing quality scholarship with the finite time you have? Perhaps there is a way to create both? This spotlight session will help you generate ideas and strategies to complete both needed reports and scholarship that contributes to the literature.

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