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CFAS Connects: January Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Eric Weissman
20:27
Great to see you, CFAS Community - thank you for being here today!
Nita Ahuja
26:14
If you have ideas on future CFAS connects sessions, please reach out to Eric Weissman or me. My email is nita.ahuja@yale.edu
Eric Weissman
27:00
And of course you can reach me at eweissman@aamc.org. All ideas are welcome!
Eric Weissman
27:43
If you have questions or comments, feel free to add them throughout the session. We'll also be engaged in discussion as well after the presentation portion.
Tracey Weiler
28:38
https://www.aamc.org/data-reports/faculty-institutions/faculty-roster
Nita Ahuja
28:54
@Tracey, thanks
Tracey Weiler
29:13
https://www.aamc.org/data-reports/faculty-institutions/report/famous
Gayle Gordillo
39:32
Eric - you look so young!
Eric Weissman
47:17
Thank you Adam! If you want to ask a question, just type your name in the chat or raise your virtual hand.
Eric Weissman
47:28
Also feel free to enter questions and comments in the chat.
Dr. Charles Day
49:08
did you include program directors in your "leadership" allocation?
Tracey Weiler
49:19
@Charles - no we did not.
Nita Ahuja
50:46
@Janine you are next
Gayle Gordillo
50:46
Could we amend the database to include additional leadership positions, including Division Chief?
Marieke Kruidering (she/her)
51:26
will this drive the data base to allow for non binary gender identification going forward?
Tracey Weiler
51:40
Individuals from the AAMC can search the faculty roster individually, but search results tend to be quite simple. If you want a more complex search, we have found it necessary to ask AAMC personnel to do the search for us.
Tracey Weiler
52:33
"Individuals from the AAMC" … I meant faculty who are members of AAMC.
Susanna Chubinskaya
54:27
if we have a specific question Faculty Forward can provide you generalized data
Monica Baskin (she/her)
54:35
@Marieke, the CFAS Diversity and Inclusion Committee meets later today and I will bring it up as something we should further investigate and recommend changes.
Marieke Kruidering (she/her)
55:08
@Monica thanks!
Eric Weissman
58:38
Regarding the data collection comments here regarding the Faculty Roster - I'll share that feedback with my AAMC colleagues who do data collection. I will be surprised if these questions have not come up already - they are great questions.
Tracey Weiler
58:55
If this female friendliness metric becomes part of the Mission Management Tool, then Deans will be able to see how their school compares to others.
Fayez Safadi
58:56
@Gayle, what about faculty development office at your institution? OR Faculty e-portfolio?
Marieke Kruidering (she/her)
59:24
@gayle and reward for mentoring others?
Nita Ahuja
59:29
@Tracey, yes perhaps the glassdoor for Academic medicine
Kelly Quesnelle
59:40
That’s an excellent point, @Yoshimi. If women are not treated with equity by their colleagues, how can they rise in the ranks?
Lee Eisner
01:00:10
We can add to that data on incidents of unprofessionalism in the learning environments that affect women. We are supposed to collecting this data as an LCME requirement.
Nita Ahuja
01:01:33
@Stu Babbott you are next
Steven Angus
01:03:16
does the data allow you to determine if female faculty are not applying for promotion, or if they are applying and unsuccessful...neither would be good, but the solution to each would be different
Gayle Gordillo
01:04:08
@Fayez - while there are some tools for development, there are so many little things that are obstacles to advancement that it seems like lots of challenges and much fewer opportunities.
Nita Ahuja
01:04:40
@Lee Eisner you are next
Sid
01:04:48
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Sid
01:04:59
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leah
01:07:42
At the Dept of Ophthalmology at OHSU, we are going to be surveying our faculty that have not gone up for promotion after 5 years to get cultural or individual issues such as mentorship, chair support, financial incentives, and time as barriers to promotion. We would use this information to guide further programs. Has anyone else completed a similar survey? I would greatly appreciate learning about your experience.
Fayez Safadi
01:09:07
@Gayle- agree having a well structure program with support will make the process more clear
Nita Ahuja
01:09:37
@leah am wrapping up my annual reviews and looking into same things. we would be interested in collaborating with you at yale surgery
Sylvia Botros-Brey
01:09:43
@ leah This is a very interesting idea.
Janine Shapiro
01:10:18
Thank you for this informative session. Signing-off to run a seminar.
Nita Ahuja
01:10:41
Thanks @Janine
Tracey Weiler
01:11:59
@Lee... I think this idea of professionalism is really important and contributes to the culture. I would be very interested to see if we can pull data from a database, since it needs to be collected as per LCME. If not, we might be able to get at it through focus group interviews at institutions or through institutional surveys.
Anne Mosenthal
01:12:02
@lee, really important issue, would like to discuss more how we can measure this beyond students and scale it across institutions
Nita Ahuja
01:12:48
@Lee really important point and one that likely can be scaled across organizations
Eric Weissman
01:12:49
FYI - a recording of the this session along with the chat transcript and written notes/summary and the slides will be available in the coming days on the CFAS resources page.
Sylvia Botros-Brey
01:13:20
@leah we are looking at culture/professionalism effects of mistreatment at the GME level and have interesting insights at the faculty level. would be very interested in collaborating/brainstorming in this area.
Marieke Kruidering (she/her)
01:13:59
have to sign off Great discussion everyone!
Nita Ahuja
01:14:20
@Marieke thank you
Kelly Quesnelle
01:15:10
The tenure issue is another one that may disadvantage newer schools in your data analysis. Many newer schools don’t offer tenure to their BMS faculty, and clinical faculty are employed by their healthcare systems instead of the University, therefore not tenure eligible. But I assume your metrics of parity would have accounted for this because only comparing males vs. females?
Adi Haramati
01:15:18
Kudos to the committee and Adam for leading this important work. Very proud to have CFAS leading this.
Susan Baserga
01:15:20
Sorry have to—thank you for an informative discussion!
Brad Barth (he/him)
01:15:41
A recent article https://www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMsa1916935
Eric Weissman
01:16:11
Resources like this are much appreciated, Brad - will share!
Nita Ahuja
01:16:30
@Brad thanks
Satinder Kaur
01:17:02
Very informative discussion. Thank you!
Tracey Weiler
01:17:03
Adam has been a fantastic leader of this group and a pleasure to work with!
Nick Delamere
01:17:14
Thank you everyone. Wonderful session. Lots to think about going forward
Monica Baskin (she/her)
01:17:16
Amazing work by this group!!
Kelly Quesnelle
01:17:19
Thank you
Fayez Safadi
01:17:29
Thank you!!
Lee Eisner
01:17:31
Thank you
Rebecca S. Lufler (she/her/hers)
01:17:34
Thank you!
Yoshimi Anzai
01:17:39
Thank you!!