New York City
Writing Seminar: From Idea to Publication to Leadership Opportunities
This seminar will provide learners with a) pearls to transform their educational work into a submission for publication consideration and b) information on how to serve as a part of the process.
May 2, 2019
|5:00-6:30 PM||Opening Session (TBA)|
May 3, 2019
|10:30 AM-12:00 PM||Preparation: Best Practices in Developing an Educational Intervention for Publication Consideration|
|1:01-2:00||Strategies to Evaluate Educational Interventions|
|2:01-2:45||Beyond Co-Authorship: Opportunities as a Journal Intern, Reviewer, Guest Editor, Associate Editor or Editor-in-Chief|
|3:01-4:00||Mock Review Panel of Two Educational Submissions|
Participants will be asked to submit (by April 22) a description of an educational project that they plan to submit for publication consideration. Participants’ projects will be discussed in scheduled large group and small group activities. One-on-one sessions will be offered during lunch or in the late afternoon.
Registration is $100 for trainees and $150 for faculty/staff. Lunch and CME to be provided. Capacity limited to 40 participants.
Grace Huang, MD – Editor-in-Chief, MedEdPORTAL / Associate Professor of Medicine,Harvard Medical School (Confirmed)
Andrea Garcia MD, MS, Director of Community Centered Initiatives, Los Angeles CountyDepartment of Mental Health (Confirmed)
Sara Hunt, Senior Managing Editor, MedEdPORTAL: The Journal of Teaching and LearningResources (Invited)
John P. Sanchez, MD, MPH – Associate Dean, Diversity and Inclusion, Associate Professor,Emergency Medicine, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (Confirmed)
Renee Williams M.D, MHPE, FACG, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Program Director,Gastroenterology and Hepatology Fellowship, NYU School of Medicine/BellevueHospital Center, Division of Gastroenterology (Confirmed)