WORKSHOPS FOR INSTITUTIONS
TALKS AND SHORT SEMINARS (POTENTIAL TOPICS):**
- Navigating the publication process
- Academic Writing Strategies to get paper accepted in high impact journal
- Stylish Academic Writing: How to write paper fast and in style
- Publish more papers with ease: The efficient writing system
- How to critically appraise journal articles and apply evidence-based medicine
** The above are popular topics requested by Institutions. Additional topics related to research and publication can be requested.
WORKSHOPS AND GROUP COACHING PROGRAMS:***
TRANSFORMING YOUR CLINICIANS TO SCHOLARS
This program is catered to Medical Institutions/Programs that traditionally have a stronger focus on clinical work but now want to have a stronger academic presence.
- Part 1: Different study types: matching study design to the research question
- Part 2: Overview of the types of data and different statistical tests
- Part 3: How to critically appraise journal articles and apply evidence-based medicine
- Part 4: Planning a research project from start to finish
*** Workshops and group programs are catered and designed specifically for each Institution based on the needs, goals and budget.
WHY SHOULD INSTITUTIONS INVEST IN THEIR TRAINEES AND FACULTY MEMBERS?
Having high scholarly productivity and stellar publication records are important cornerstone of reputable academic institutions. These are the benefits when institutions invest in their trainees, research groups and faculty members:
- Residents are able to match into competitive fellowships
- Build authority in their field and thrive in academia
- Increase job satisfaction
- Meet scholarly performance metrics to get promoted in the Academic Ranks
- Reduce attrition rate of graduate students
- Recruit better quality graduate school candidates
- Recruit better quality residents and fellows
- Able to meet the ACGME requirement for "Resident/Fellow Scholarly Activity"
- Increase satisfaction and reduce turnover among faculty members
- Improve the prestige and reputation of institutions through higher publication rates and higher proportion of faculty members being full Professors.