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Take a look at career opportunities for physician leaders.
Cohort 27 student, RahulKumar (Rahul) Singh, M.D., FACP, has been named chief medical officer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne.
A better understanding of how patients engage with medical information is important for improving the use of health care resources and the quality of care. The study was conducted by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Utah, the University of Arizona, and Michigan State University. It appears in MIS Quarterly.
A virtual recognition of the 2020 Heinz graduates, including a special thank you to our MMMs for their work.
A presentation (audio file) by Mamta Gautam, MD, on physician self-care during COVID-19.
Fixing Burnout Among Hospitalists
End-to-End Care for COPD Patients that Improves Outcomes and Lowers Costs
Anil Singh, MD, MMM - Executive Medical Director; Clinical Transformation Office, Highmark Health, Allegheny Health Network
Jeffrey P. Simons, MD, FAAP, FACS, Professor of Otolaryngology at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine was elected to serve as Coordinator for Education for the AAO-HNS for a four-year term.
An interview with CMU MMM alum Raymond Singer of Einstein Medical Center Montgomery.
Online piece focusing on team management and leadership for hospitalists.
Ambassador Sarah E. Mendelson, Head of Heinz College in Washington, D.C., and Anthony F. Pipa, Senior Fellow in the Global Economy and Development Program at The Brookings Institution, lead a discussion on leadership strategies during times of crisis.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is partnering with Carnegie Mellon University to make informed decisions based on the best data and science available. A CMU team led by Heinz College Dean Ramayya Krishnan is developing a modeling dashboard.
Please join us (and invite any colleagues you think might be interested) this Thursday at 7p, for a webinar:Thriving While Surviving: Self-Care in Times of Crisis with Mamta Gautam, MD, MBA.
Join Zoom Meeting https://cmu.zoom.us/j/96107263240
Numerous topics will be addressed, including: Key stressors in practicing during the COVID-19 crisis Early danger signs of stress The 5 C’s framework to manage their stress effectively. What can occur in the workplace to support each other during this time.
There will be ample time for Q&A with Mamta, who is an internationally renowned psychiatrist, consultant, certified coach, author and speaker. Working in Physician Health and Well-being since 1990, she is a pioneer in this field and is known as the “The Doctor’s Doctor.”
Dr. Gautam is the founding director of the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine Wellness Program, served as the Expert Physician Advisor for the Canadian Medical Association Centre for Physician Health and Wellbeing, and currently chairs the Burnout Task Force at the Ontario Medical Association.