Culture in Academic Medicine Series
The culture of academic medical institution impacts trainee education, faculty, staff and patient outcomes. Respectful environment facilitates learning, creates a sense of safety, and rewards professionalism. UCR SOM is committed to better understand and improve climate concerns and to engage faculty, staff and students at all levels in creating safe and respectful culture. The series provides an opportunities to discuss the interprofessional issues, generational and cultural divides in a respectful manner and offers a perspective on this challenging and complex topic.
Most activities listed have been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.
2022-2023 Topics and Speakers to be announced.
2021-2022 Recorded Presentations
- Climate Challenges in the Field of Medicine • September 2, 2021
Mariam Lam Ph.D. & erin rook, M.S. The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
- Career options in Academic Medicine: Path to Independent Research Faculty Position • October 7, 2021
Martin Garcia-Castro, Ph.D.
- Teachers of Quality Academy: Optimizing Faculty Development • November 4, 2021
Jason Higginson, M.D.
- Culturally Responsive and Inclusive Teaching • December 2, 2021
Kendrick Davis, Ph.D. and Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.
- Teaching toward Wellness, The A, B, C’s of How Your Teaching Styles Impact Learner Well-Being • January 6, 2022
Dr. Gregory Guldner
- Writing Letters of Recommendation • February 3, 2022
Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.
- Leading in Academic Medicine: Where are we going, and how do we get there? • March 3, 2022
Brigham Willis, M.D.
- Frameworks for Leadership Pathways in Academic Medicine for Mentors and Mentees • April 7, 2022
Pablo Joo, M.D.
We are What we Listen to: The Impact of Music on Individual and Social Health • May 4, 2022
Patricia Caicedo, M.D., Ph.D.