NJT Lecture: “Finding your Voice through Writing in Medicine”

Provided by: MGH Center for Faculty Development & Mass General Brigham Nancy J. Tarbell, MD Faculty Development Lecture Series: “Finding your Voice through Writing in Medicine” In-person in the Simches Conference Room (CRP 3110) In commemoration of Faculty Development Month, the Center for Faculty Development invites you to the fifteenth annual Nancy J. Tarbell, MD,...

Drs. Dan Saddawi-Konefka and Ariel Frey-Vogel

Workshop Series for Clinical Educators

Provided by: MGH Center for Faculty Development & Mass General Brigham Hybrid in the Bazari Conference Room (Gray-Bigelow 7-735). This 4-part interprofessional workshop series is sponsored by the MGH Office of Clinical Careers and the Peter L. Slavin, MD Academy for Applied Learning in Health Care to support clinical educators. Drop in on any session,...

Write to Thrive: Reflective/Creative Writing

Write to Thrive: Reflective and Creative Writing Practices to Promote Clinician Well-Being In this 4-part series – for clinicians looking to connect with colleagues and renew their sense of purpose – you will be invited to engage and reflect creatively through writing. The sessions will be engaging, nourishing and evidence-based. Facilitated by writers Lucy Flood...

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Write Study-Related SOPs

Learn Something New: How to Write Study-Related Standard Operating Procedures Sponsored by the Division of Clinical Research Standard operating procedures (SOPs) are a set of step-by-step instructions created to help study teams perform study-related tasks accurately and uniformly. In this session, we will discuss common SOPs for research projects and outline the process for writing...

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LDP 4: Managing Conflict & Difficult Conversations (closed)

Session closed to LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (LDP) FOR RESEARCHERS selected participants only. This highly interactive 90-minute session provided participants with the opportunity to examine and build on their conflict resolution skills. They assessed their conflict style, considered what they may bring to conflict conversations that may help or hinder them and discuss what so often...

Are you writing a K?

Are you writing a K? Get practical advice. This in-person workshop is intended to promote interaction and discussion. It is appropriate for clinical and basic science researchers from all fields. K99 applications will not be discussed in detail. K Workshop Hosts: Ingrid Bassett, MD, MPH; Jodi Kurtz, MScM, MA, CRA; Kenneth Freedberg, MD, MSc; and...

Basic Biostatistics for Clinical Research

Sponsored by the MGH Division of Clinical Research and the MGH Biostatistics Center Fridays, January 6 – February 3 | 9:30-11:00 am | Virtual This course will provide clinical researchers with a solid foundation in biostatistical concepts. Intended for those with minimal statistical experience, these five lectures will serve as an introduction to biostatistical issues...

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Basics of Science Writing for ELL Investigators

Basics of Science Writing for English Language Learner Investigators Open to English Language Learner faculty and postdocs. Getting results and disseminating findings to as wide an audience as possible is an essential part of the research endeavor, and understanding the basic techniques of Scientific Writing is vital for this effort. Dr. Jhaveri discussed the fundamentals...

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Grant Writing Course- Session 8: “Documents for Unique Situations”

GRANT WRITING COURSE – FALL 2022 Session 8: “Documents for Unique Situations: Introduction & Multi-PI Plans” Thursdays from October 13 to December 15, 2022 at 12:00-1:00 pm This 8-week Grant Writing Course, created by the MGH Science Writing Group led by Becca Ward, PhD, returns for the second year. It is open to all MGH...

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Grant Writing Course- Session 7: “Budgets and Personnel Documents”

GRANT WRITING COURSE – FALL 2022 Session 7: “Budgets and Personnel Documents” Thursdays from October 13 to December 15, 2022 at 12:00-1:00 pm This 8-week Grant Writing Course, created by the MGH Science Writing Group led by Becca Ward, PhD, returns for the second year. It is open to all MGH faculty and trainees. There...

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