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The Veteran Educator

  • S1E30: Identify your joy and follow it

    3 JUN. 2024 · Dr. Wendy Ward talks about finding one’s joy in work, the importance of self-assessment, and being aware of own’s own blinders when considering professional opportunities. Dr. Wendy Ward is the Associate Provost for Faculty and the Director of Interprofessional Faculty Development at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.     
    Escuchado 29m 45s
  • S1E29: The benefits of working in a collaborative, interprofessional VA teaching environment

    7 MAY. 2024 · Dr. Douglas Rett speaks about his leadership role in Optometry, how teaching keeps him curious and humble, and how he has chosen the “harder path” at various times in his career. Dr. Douglas Rett is the Chief of Optometry at VA Boston Healthcare System.  
    Escuchado 44m 31s
  • S1E28: How to deal with curveballs in one’s career

    4 ABR. 2024 · Dr. Theresa Liao describes her approach to personal and professional life changes, the importance of self-compassion, and how she developed a national leadership role in Whole Health education. Dr. Theresa Liao is the National Lead for Whole Health field based education and a National Clinical Champion in the VHA Office of Patient Centered Care and Cultural Transformation.  Dr. Liao is also an Associate Professor of Medicine at  Oregon Health & Science University. 
    Escuchado 54m 29s
  • S1E27: Finding ways to have an impact beyond one’s own practice

    4 DIC. 2023 · Dr. Adam Rodman discusses his role in digital education and how to develop one’s “academic mission statement.” Dr. Adam Rodman is an internal medicine physician and co-director of the Innovations in Media and Education Delivery (iMED) Initiative at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA.
    Escuchado 35m 50s
  • S1E26: The importance of partnerships between VA and schools of nursing

    27 OCT. 2023 · Kat White speaks about the benefits to Veteran healthcare of strong partnerships between VA and schools of nursing as well as strategies she uses as an educational leader. Kathleen White is the VA Boston Associate Chief Nurse for RN Residency Programs & Clinical Placements.
    Escuchado 28m 25s
  • S1E25: The importance of coaching and mentoring for educational leaders

    21 AGO. 2023 · Dr. Chizoba Nwosu talks about her role in nursing education leadership, the role of coaching and mentoring in career development, and her thoughts on “creating a small legacy” as an educator. Dr. Chizoba Nwosu is the VA Boston Associate Chief Nurse of Academic Affiliations, Operations, and NP Residencies.
    Escuchado 35m 5s
  • S1E24: Leading cultural transformation in education and healthcare

    24 JUL. 2023 · Dr. Eddie Phillips discusses his role as a national leader in Whole Health educator and his strategies to pursue new initiatives in education. Dr. Eddie Phillips is the VA Boston Whole Health Medical Director and the National VA Whole Health Education Champion for Health Professions Trainees.
    Escuchado 37m 37s
  • S1E23: Teaching trauma informed care

    26 JUN. 2023 · Dr. Sadie Elisseou describes how she has built a career teaching others about trauma informed care, helpful time management strategies she uses, and ways to stay motivated and excited as an educator. Dr. Sadie Elisseou is a primary care physician at VA Boston, an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and a subject matter expert in trauma informed care.
    Escuchado 35m 55s
  • S1E22: The importance of rural health professions education

    30 MAY. 2023 · Dr. Joe Chiovaro discusses his role with rural health professions education, the power of connections, and the role of serendipity in this career. Dr. Joe Chiovaro is a hospitalist at the Portland VA Medical Center, Curriculum Director of the VA Rural Interprofessional Faculty Development Initiative and an Associate Professor at Oregon Health & Science University.
    Escuchado 30m 10s
  • S1E21: Don’t let others dictate what lane you are in

    24 ABR. 2023 · Dr. Laura Caputo describes her current education and faculty development projects, ways to forge one’s own path as an educator, and how to “make the VA fun for learners.” Dr. Laura Caputo is a Hospitalist at the Durham VA Medical Center and an Assistant Professor at Duke University School of Medicine.
    Escuchado 26m 41s

This podcast will produce 1-2 sessions a month and will feature experienced educators providing professional and career development for the healthcare professional education community. Listeners are encouraged to visit the...

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This podcast will produce 1-2 sessions a month and will feature experienced educators providing professional and career development for the healthcare professional education community.
Listeners are encouraged to visit the VA Boston Education homepage for faculty development programming and other tools to develop as educators.

https://www.va.gov/boston-health-care/work-with-us/internships-and-fellowships/faculty-development/
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