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ACP Leadership Academy Webinar Series: Transitioning from Training to Practice
The ACP Leadership Academy is offering a three-part series of free online webinars especially for Resident/Fellow Members who are transitioning from training to practice. These webinars will offer information and guidance in areas important to professional development. Each will be followed by a live Q&A session where attendees will have the opportunity to pose questions.
The Myths in Time Management
Recorded Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Join speaker Elizabeth Leilani Lee, MD, FACP, as she discusses strategies and best practices for successful time management.
Dr. Lee is an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine in the section of General Internal Medicine at Temple University. She graduated from Drexel University School of Medicine and completed her residency at Temple University. Her interest is in medical education and currently serves as an Associate Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency program at Temple University Hospital.
Achieving FACP through the ACP Guided Fellowship Program
Recorded Monday, May 14, 2018
Achieving the FACP credential is a significant milestone for post-training physicians – one that shows leadership and commitment to excellence in the practice of medicine. ACP has developed a three-year Guided Fellowship Program especially for graduating residents which provides a framework toward meeting professional development goals, along with guidance and mentorship, in order to obtain the FACP credential. Learn more about the program in this webinar led by Michael C. Sha, MD, FACP.
Dr. Sha is a member of ACP's Credentials Committee. He is past Governor, ACP Indiana Chapter, past Chair, ACP Council of Early Career Physicians, and past Chair, ACP Council of Resident/Fellow Members.
Those Forms! Advocating for Patients with Work Disability
Thursday, June 7, 2018 | 3:00 pm ET
You know the drill. It’s the end of the visit, your management plan is set, and you’re about to sign off on your note. And then the patient hands you a form – “Oh, by the way, could you fill this out for work?” Even if you schedule another visit to take care of this issue, you still need to understand the context and implications of your decisions. Speaker Marianne Cloeren, MD, MPH, FACOEM, FACP will introduce the most common work and disability system forms that internists face in clinical practice, explain the context and reasons for patient questions, and discuss the importance of carefully reasoned decisions in completing them. Topics will include workers’ compensation, FMLA, ADA, and social security systems.
Dr. Cloeren is an Associate Professor in the Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She has served on the ACOEM Board of Directors and is a member of ACOEM’s Council on Occupational and Environmental Medicine Practice. Her clinical and research interests include the care of patients with work-related or environmental-related illness, the biopsychosocioeconomic risk factors for prolonged work disability, the content and quality of physician/patient communication, return-to-work and workers’ compensation policy, and clinical education.