Costly Drugs and Healthcare – Ethics and Value Perspectives from Different Healthcare Systems

Costly Drugs and Healthcare – Ethics and Value Perspectives from Different Healthcare Systems

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Tuesday 13 October 2020
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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Professors of Child Neurology Business Meeting & CME Session

Course Description
The Professors of Child Neurology meeting is attended by Residency Program Directors, Division Chiefs, and Program Coordinators who are members of the organization. The session includes two parts. The first part provides updates regarding organizational business, national involvement efforts of members, and updates from affiliated groups to include the AAP Section of Neurology. The second part of the meeting provides CME on selected topics which include a discussion of the current practice of child neurology in the era of productivity metrics and development of a clinician educator track for residents.

Learning Objectives
1. Identify opportunities to educate residents regarding productivity metrics in clinical medicine.
2. Describe strategies for developing a clinical educator curriculum for residents seeking an academic career.

Impact Statements
1. Attendees of the meeting will receive a comprehensive update on the current state of residency training.
2. Identify opportunities for ongoing program development at their own institution.

Tim Lotze, MD; Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, Texas, USA

Child Neurology in the 21st Century: More than the Sum of our RVUs
Mary L. Zupanc, MD
CHOC Neurosciences Institute, University of California–Irvine
CHOC-Children’s Hospital of Orange County
Orange, California, USA

Creating a Clinical Educator Track for your Trainees
James Reese, Jr., MD, MPH, MA, FAAN
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA


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