Promotions and Academic Scholarship, Part IV – Allocating Your Time

Todd P Chang
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Todd P Chang

DIvisional Director for Research & Scholarship, Associate Fellowship Director, Division of Emergency Medicine at Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Todd is the Director of Technology for the INSPIRE Network with David Kessler & Marc Auerbach. Todd was formerly the Faculty Advisor and Head Site Administrator for the website's predecessor, pemfellows.com. He lives in Pasadena, CA, with his partner and 2 ridiculous cats that are probably sitting on his head as you read this.
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Ok, quick raise of hands:  How many of you are happy with the amount of time provided to you to accomplish your clinical and non-clinical roles?  Hello?  Anybody around? We’re all faced with the finite resource of time.  And in… Continue Reading

Promotions and Academic Scholarship, Part III – Measuring Scholarship (publications)

Todd P Chang
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Todd P Chang

DIvisional Director for Research & Scholarship, Associate Fellowship Director, Division of Emergency Medicine at Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Todd is the Director of Technology for the INSPIRE Network with David Kessler & Marc Auerbach. Todd was formerly the Faculty Advisor and Head Site Administrator for the website's predecessor, pemfellows.com. He lives in Pasadena, CA, with his partner and 2 ridiculous cats that are probably sitting on his head as you read this.
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Question: How many publications do I need to be promoted to assistant professor – associate professor – professor? Answer: Enough. This is a frustrating question to answer.  Part of knowing how scholarly you are means you have to keep track… Continue Reading

Promotions and Academic Scholarship, Part I

Todd P Chang
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Todd P Chang

DIvisional Director for Research & Scholarship, Associate Fellowship Director, Division of Emergency Medicine at Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Todd is the Director of Technology for the INSPIRE Network with David Kessler & Marc Auerbach. Todd was formerly the Faculty Advisor and Head Site Administrator for the website's predecessor, pemfellows.com. He lives in Pasadena, CA, with his partner and 2 ridiculous cats that are probably sitting on his head as you read this.
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For many of us who went through medical school, perhaps graduate school, and landed an academic faculty position, there has always been pressure to succeed academically.  Some of us are now happy with good jobs and careers that center only… Continue Reading

The Med Ed Toolbox: Making Use of Pop Culture Examples

Maneesha Agarwal

Maneesha Agarwal

Assistant Professor at Children's Healthcare at Emory
Maneesha's professional passions are medical education and injury prevention, specifically poisoning. Maneesha enjoys spending time with her large family including her hubby and crazy toddler, cheering on her Tar Heels, skiing, and baking. She is also the academic editor for Emory's PEM blog.
Maneesha Agarwal

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A blending of pop culture and medical education… Last fall, my sister texted me, “Did you just see what happened to Lattimore?” referring to a player on her beloved South Carolina Gamecocks. I had no idea what she was talking… Continue Reading

Welcome to the Med Ed Toolbox!

Maneesha Agarwal

Maneesha Agarwal

Assistant Professor at Children's Healthcare at Emory
Maneesha's professional passions are medical education and injury prevention, specifically poisoning. Maneesha enjoys spending time with her large family including her hubby and crazy toddler, cheering on her Tar Heels, skiing, and baking. She is also the academic editor for Emory's PEM blog.
Maneesha Agarwal

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Even if you’re not in traditional academics, medical education will always be part of your career. As a PEM physician, whether you work in the private sector, research, or administration, education will always be a vital part of your career.… Continue Reading

The Ins and Outs of an I/O

Angela Lumba-Brown MD, FAAP

Angela Lumba-Brown MD, FAAP

Clinical Assistant Professor Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine
Angela's research focus is in pediatric traumatic brain injury and recent research has been in therapeutic intervention for concussion. She the director of PEMNetwork.
Angela Lumba-Brown MD, FAAP

Intraosseous access is a means of securing emergent vascular access in critically ill/injured children for medication and fluid infusion. Intraosseous access is often abbreviated as “IO” access. This refers to needle placement through cortical bone into the marrow to access… Continue Reading

Spring / Summer 2013 Newsletter: Focus on Education

Todd P Chang
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Todd P Chang

DIvisional Director for Research & Scholarship, Associate Fellowship Director, Division of Emergency Medicine at Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Todd is the Director of Technology for the INSPIRE Network with David Kessler & Marc Auerbach. Todd was formerly the Faculty Advisor and Head Site Administrator for the website's predecessor, pemfellows.com. He lives in Pasadena, CA, with his partner and 2 ridiculous cats that are probably sitting on his head as you read this.
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