Date: Thursday, January 11, 2024, 12:00 – 1:00 PM
This one-hour workshop will join with the Office of Curriculum and Scholarship to assist faculty with measures of educational assessment that can lead the framework for your educational scholarship project. This event is certified for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit.
Managing teaching and publishing expectations can be tough. How can you leverage your teaching duties and assignments and turn them into publications? What strategies can be implemented to help a busy clinician become a productive scholar? This spotlight session will be a panel of seasoned clinicians who have navigated the challenging task of being an effective teacher and productive scholar.
This session is a continuation of the two-group comparisons session that was held last year. In research, we often want to compare three or more groups in an intervention. But which test is appropriate? What assumptions must be met for multi-group analyses. This spotlight session will cover which tests are appropriate for the research question being answered and the data collected.
This online session will provide fundamentals of initiating a mentoring relationship, determining expectations, and navigating mentoring difficulties. Facilitated by Dr. Don Benson, professor of Internal Medicine and a member of FAME’s Mentorship Committee.
Educational technology is becoming more advanced and prominent across the curriculum. These new tools can be intimidating without necessary training and exposure before implementing them in a class setting. This session will serve as an introduction to tools that are easily accessible by all faculty but may still be considered “cutting-edge” to those who are not the most tech savvy.
Congrats on your promotion! Welcome to your enhanced responsibilities in mentoring and beyond! This session is targeted towards recently promoted associate professors who may now find themselves in a position to be a mentor, sit on a promotion committee, and write external letters of evaluation. Facilitated by Dr. David Eckmann, professor of Anesthesiology and a member of FAME’s Mentorship Committee.
Learn tips on how to write an impactful Specific Aims page, respond to critiques for a resubmission Introduction, and general guidelines about the Research Strategy for NIH R01/R21/R03 grants. Learn how to consider the reviewer’s perspective of how the 5 scored criteria determine the Impact score and how a study section is conducted. Facilitated by Dr. Jill Rafael-Fortney, professor of Physiology and Cell Biology and member of FAME’s Mentorship Committee.
Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2024, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: In Person | IHSC 395 (1645 Neil Ave)
Are you struggling to write a clear and concise specific aims page for your research proposal? Join us in person at the Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Center for a workshop where you’ll learn tips and tricks for crafting a compelling aims page that will grab the attention of grant reviewers. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to take your grant writing skills to the next level! Facilitated by Dr. Jill Rafael-Fortney, professor of Physiology and Cell Biology and member of FAME’s Mentorship Committee.
Date: Tuesday, January 30, 2024, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Join this FAME Power 30 as the College of Medicine’s Faculty Affairs team demonstrates how to leverage invaluable resources like the APT Toolbox, OAA resources, P&T documents, library resources, and much more!
Date: Thursday, February 1, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Location: In Person | IHSC 370 (1645 Neil Ave, Columbus, OH 43210)
Join a panel of mentors and mentees at the newly renovated Hamilton Hall, IHSC wing room 370, in a
moderated discussion of tips for success, common mistakes, and lessons learned on effective