UCSF Office of Graduate Medical Education Launches The Takeaway: A Leadership Podcast for Residents and Fellows
A new, limited-series podcast from the UCSF Office of Graduate Medical Education (GME) shares the specific clinical, teaching, advocacy, and systems skills today’s residents and fellows need to be leaders in the clinical learning environment.
In 2018, Drs. Mengesha, Hill, and Autry implemented a Microaggressions Grand Rounds series in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences at UCSF. The purpose of this series was to foster ongoing departmental dialogue on bias and inequity in patient care, learning environments, and workplace culture. There was an intentional focus on developing strategies to generate accountability towards creating an anti-oppressive departmental climate.
The AME workshop on Building Your Negotiating Toolkit was starting, and room 1406 at Mission Hall was nearly full. Our intrepid moderators Rebecca Berman, MD, and Rebecca Shunk, MD, instructed, “Raise your hand if you have confidence in your negotiating skills.” Not a single hand went up. Impressive. It is possible confidence was higher at the Parnassus and Fresno workshop sites, capably moderated by Calvin Chou and Serena Yang.
Our faculty shape and teach the next generation of compassionate physicians at UCSF.
Catherine Lucey, MD
Executive Vice Dean, Vice Dean for Education, and Professor of Medicine
The Education Showcase’s plenary session was a collection of presentations on innovative work, spotlighting several key areas in UCSF’s ongoing education efforts.
UCSF Fresno celebrated our 4th annual UCSF Fresno Education Symposium and this year's keynote speaker was the AME’s Anda Kuo, MD. Dr.
There is no such thing as safe space, only courageous space...
Panelist, Academy Fall Meeting, November 14, 2018
Posted in CFE News on October, 2, 2017