Video Category: Career Development Symposium

Avoiding Burnout

Presented by Jo Buyske, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium overview–25 sec Maslach burnout inventory–1:10 burnout side effects–1:38 ACS survey–2:38 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=197301778 who is at risk?–3:25 protecting the community sta Keyword(s): ABS, ACGME, ACS survey, administration, age, American surgeons, Annals of Surgery, anxiety, appropriate health screening, area of specialization, Argentina, articles, […]

Balancing Career with Family and Personal Life

Presented by Kevin Reavis, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium agenda–1:55 solution–5:57 challenges–11:41 Keyword(s): abstracts, ABXs, academic committment, agenda, appendicitis, authors, balance, blastocyst, block time for work, book chapter, budget, career, Career Development Symposium, chairman, challenges, chief ENT, clinician, colleagues, communication, compulsion, DDW, delegation, delusional, dept, donate, dont take yourself […]

The Promotion & Tenure Process

Presented by Mark Callery, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium How do you advance?–1:12 Why is getting promoted important?–1:59 setting the stage–4:23 essential things to understand–5:36 institutional culture & mission–5:58 ranks, tracks & titles–7:02 Keyword(s): academia, academic community, academic freedom, academic medical center, academic worth, achievements, adminstration, advance, alignment, ambitious, […]

The Foundation of Effective Negotiations

Presented by Mark Talamini, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium citation–8:12 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16192813 Keyword(s): academic medical centers, agreement, Annals of Surgery, authoritative, BATNA, body language, bogey, calculate, Career Development Symposium, chair of surgery, chairman, consequences, dean, ethical, expected style, hospital bottom line, incentive, intelligence, interests, knowledge, long-term relationship, negotiations, non-verbal communication, […]

What Do I Look For in a New Hire?

Presented by William Richards, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium background–25 sec what I look for in a new hire–1:44 surgical skill–2:43 expertise in a field–3:56 communication skills–4:23 does the background fit?–4:48 collegiality–6:24 fit for the p Keyword(s): academics, ACS case log system, advice, Alabama, apologize, arrested, ask for help, […]

How Do I Review a Paper?

Presented by Carla Pugh, MD, PhD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium disclosures–34 sec review process–42 sec opportunity–51 sec academia–2:23 my process–6:17 rookie mistakes–9:34 summary–12:16 Keyword(s): abstract, academia, academic medical center, act of service, Annals of Surgery, articles, CAE healthcare, Career Development Symposium, career networking, chairs, charts, clinic, clinical director, clinical […]

A Primer on Funding Sources

Presented by Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, PhD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium identifying funding sources–20 sec citation–1:09 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=20068207 list of funding sources–1:33 internal/departmental–2:05 federal funding–3:21 list of NIH se Keyword(s): AACR, AAFPRS, AAPS, AAS, AAST, ABA, academic career, AdvaMed guidelines, agencies, AHRQ, American Cancer Society, American College of Surgeons, analyze, ASA, […]

Where Should I Submit My Manuscript/What Happens After I Submit?

Presented by Benjamin Poulose, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium disclosures–1:03 strength of work–12:26 generalizability–3:18 other tips–4:13 what are your goals?–5:09 when you submit–5:41 ok, you’ve submitted…now what?–7:55 quick editor review–8: Keyword(s): accept, accepting, American Surgeon, Annals of Surgery, applicability, argue, articles, axis, ballpark, Bard-Davol, bias, body of data, Career […]

Constructing a Scientific Manuscript

Presented by David Urbach, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium how to write a paper–1:43 https://sites.google.com/site/surgicalresearchresources/file-cabinet general advice–3:57 work from an outline–4:50 IMRAD order–5:53 start with the methods–6:23 resu Keyword(s): 3 paragraph introduction, 5-part discussion, abbreviations, abstract, acronyms, active voice, American Journal of Surgical Pathology, American Journal of Transplantation, angle, […]

How To Give a Good Talk

Presented by Raymond Onders, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium conflict of interest disclosure–53 sec 3 rules–1:25 the talk–2:22 building your message–3:27 getting your point across–4:12 results–4:57 presenting the talk–5:43 colors–6:21 font–6:43 Keyword(s): answer, argument, Aristotles essential strategies, audience, auto-run, awkward, brief, camera, Career Development Symposium, cartoons, charts, clear, cloud, […]