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2021 New Chairs Mentoring Session
The Session Covered: This is an opportunity for experienced mentor Chairs (3+ years’ experience) to meet with new Chairs (0-3 years’ experience) and advise and help with the transition into their new role. The focus of the session will be a general discussion on understanding what the new Chairs believe would be of value to them, as well as answering any specific questions. New Chairs will also be introduced to the many AUPN resources available to them.
2021 AUPN Summer Session: A Conversation with Women Leaders in Neurology
This interactive AUPN course featured a diverse panel of women Neurology faculty with a broad range of leadership experience including as chairs of Neurology Divisions and Departments; Deans of Research and Education as well as leaders within national organizations. Faculty co-led presentations will help establish the framework, followed by a moderated interactive discussion.
2021 AUPN Meet the Chairs Session (Held in Conjunction with the ANA Annual Meeting)
Prominent chairs of neurology will discuss how they handle their position, including what's involved with being a chair; what the process is for attaining their position, and how to interact with chairs.
2022 Women Leaders in Neurology
The pathway to leadership for women can have hurdles and roadblocks but there are often people and programs that can provide a step up over these or an alternate pathway. The speakers will discuss their own path and observations of other women leaders. There will also be some discussion of styles of leadership for women and change in leadership styles that the speakers have experienced over time.
2022 Meet the Chairs Interactive Workshop
Prominent chairs of neurology will discuss how they handle their position, including what's involved with being a chair; what the process is for attaining their position, and how to interact with chairs.Chairing a Department: If You Can't Laugh, You're Done
2022 Fall Chair's Session 1: Governmental Advocacy for Neurology Departments
Governmental advocacy is important for supporting research, public policy, and the practice of Neurology. This course will review the roles, process and optimal tactics for governmental advocacy at the state and national levels, particularly as relevant for academic neurology.
2022 Fall Chair's Session 2: Neuroscience Service Line: What’s the Best Model?
There has been a rapid development of the Neuroscience Service Line in many hospitals across the nation. This effort often requires the collaboration of multiple departments, which aim to provide multi-disciplinary care with higher quality. On the other hand, this reformation also brings challenges such as coordination between various teams and its impact on revenue and research activities. In this course, we invited several speakers involved in this process and will share their experiences and thoughts on this subject.