2023 Fall Chairs Session III: Title IX for Neurology Chairs
This course is designed to provide neurology department chairs and leaders with a comprehensive understanding of Title IX. The course will cover the legal requirements of Title IX and its application to neurology departments, as well as the responsibilities of department chairs and leaders in preventing and addressing sex discrimination. Through this course, participants will gain the knowledge and skills needed to effectively address and prevent sex discrimination with their departments.
2020 AUPN Fall Chairs Session: How to Foster the Development of Junior Faculty
Developing the careers of junior faculty is an important responsibility for chairs, which has become more challenging in recent years. For research-focused faculty, the major issue may be protecting research time before they obtain grant funding, while for clinically intensive faculty, there may be little opportunity for academic accomplishment and promotion. Education-focused faculty may find it difficult to support their education effort. Additional concerns may be non-traditional and part-time roles, adjunct faculty, career interruptions while raising families, and perceived differences in career goals among millennials, This session will explore strategies for promoting successful careers for the next generation of junior faculty
2018 Education Special Interest Group (SIG): Mentoring
Mentorship is an essential part of a successful career, but it is not always available or effectively implemented. Mentorship at all levels of the professional continuum should occur, including medical and graduate students, residents, fellows, and faculty members. The 2018 Education SIG will present an overview of what constitutes effective mentorship, followed by succinct presentations about mentorship at various career levels including residency, junior faculty, and senior leadership. Special consideration will be given to the mentorship of women and minorities, as well as the role of the mentee in this process. A lively discussion is expected to follow these presentations.
2021 Fall Chairs Session 2: Social Media and Web Presence: How do you make your internet presence effective, and how do you handle social media “Surprises”? (Held in conjunction with the ANA Annual Meeting)
While many may be inclined to dismiss most social media platforms for having little relevance in academia or find the prospect of growing a social media presence, frightening or too time consuming, consider first the surprising ways social media could benefit not only our institutions but also our reach as neurologists. Social media is a valuable tool and resource.