2017 Students, Residents, and Fellows-Career Level Course 3: Preparing for your First Faculty Position - A Workshop for New Academic Neurologists (in collaboration with the ANA)

This year ANA and AUPN are collaborating on a brand new workshop!

ANA would like to invite senior AUPN members to attend this workshop, so you can engage with students, residents and fellows face to face and get better acquainted with young ANA members seeking employment opportunities.  

There is no registration fee to attend, but we ask that you please RSVP your attendance

Students, Residents, and Fellows-Career Level Course 3: Preparing for your First Faculty Position - A Workshop for New Academic Neurologists
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
7:00 am –8:45 am                        
Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina
Room:
Nautilus 1&2


Chair:  
Allison Willis, M.D., M.S., University of Pennsylvania
Co-Chair:
Brett Kissela, MD, FAAN, MS, University of Cincinnati Health Neurology, AUPN Councilor

Session Agenda:  
7:00 – 8:00 AM
Interview Skills: Story Telling for an Interview or Negotiation
Camille Primm, MD, Primm & Partners 
8:00 – 8:30 AM          
Smaller Group Discussions
 
Session Description
The American Neurological Association (ANA) and the Association of University Professors of Neurology (AUPN) are excited to announce this brand-new workshop! The workshop will begin with a faculty member who will speak on the essential skills needed for a successful job seeking experience in Academic Neurology.  Following the presentation, attendees, faculty and seasoned ANA and AUPN members will break into small groups to practice interviewing skills, and to demonstrate and practice 'elevator talks’. This course is designed to benefit students, residents, and fellows.
 
Learning Objectives
  1. Acquire knowledge of essential skills needed for a successful job seeking experience in Academic Neurology
  2. Develop crucial interviewing skills.
  3. Increase your understanding of the importance and methods of negotiating differences.
  4. Learn how to sell yourself by developing the essential skill: the ‘elevator talk’.
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