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​Important ABFM Guidelines for Professionalism, Licensure, and Personal Conduct - how licensing and certifying boards interact, case-based presentation illustrating professionalism ...

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​Lecture/discussion on treatment of substance use disorder in primary care

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​This PowerPoint introduces Motivational Interviewing and gives a few examples of how it can be useful in primary care appointments.  It includes slides that are meant as placeholders ...

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Healthcare is becoming increasingly focused on interdisciplinary teamwork and, as such, medical education should follow. With ACGME’s milestones and core competencies providing significant ...

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Resource list from the #STFMChat Twitter chat on October 24, 2018 with Lisa Meeks, PhD.  Resources include:





Conferences on medical professionals and medical education and ...

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Powerpoint slides from presentation with notations and additional slides at end. Original session as a three hour end of block didactic session, but shortened for conference. Therefore, ...

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Family Medicine Residency faculty members are expected to observe interactions of resident-patient encounters and
provide feedback on residents’ skills. Behavioral science and physician ...

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This was part of a preconference on creative teaching interventions (Cadick, Haymaker & Ayres). This was the handout explaining another way to approach role play exercises.

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Maslach et al (2001) identified three dimensions of job burnout: Exhaustion, cynicism, ineffectiveness. As behavioral scientists,many of us are involved in burnout prevention and wellness ...

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