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The Program Directors Assembly Toolbox includes a variety of resources for use by training program directors in the management of their programs and the training of their fellows. 

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2021 Business Meeting and Forum

Thursday, April 8, 2021



Business Meeting Zoom Chat.txt


FACULTY & PRESENTATIONS

Program Directors Assembly Executive Committee Update
David A. Khan, MD FAAAAI, Program Directors Assembly Chair

Program Directors Assembly Executive Committee Update.pdf

Clinical Immunology Society
Jennifer Heimall, MD FAAAAI, Clinical Immunology Society Executive Council

Clinical Immunology Society.pdf

Chrysalis Project Update
Asriani M. Chiu, MD FAAAAI and Rebecca Saff, MD PhD FAAAAI, Chrysalis Project Co-Chairs

Chrysalis Project Update.pdf

ACGME Update
Joseph S Yusin, MD, FAAAAI, ACGME RRC Allergy Immunology Chair

ACGME Update.pdf

ERAS/NRMP Update
Amal H. Assa'ad, MD FAAAAI, ERAS/NRMP Liaison

ERAS-NRMP Update.pdf

2021 Virtual Program Directors Assembly Winter Meeting

January 9, 2021

ABAI Update
Michael R. Nelson, MD PhD
Video

Innovative Methods of Virtual Teaching
Gerald B. Lee, MD
Video

How to Identify and Address Bias/Discrimination/Racism Faced by Fellows and Faculty
Bridgette L. Jones, MD
Video

How to Increase Diversity in Faculty and Trainees
Tamara T. Perry, MD
Video 1
Video 2

Novel Approaches to Virtual Learning
Marie Cavuoto Petrizzo, MD
Video 1
Video 2
    
How to Engage Fellows During Telemedicine Visits
Sofija Volertas, MD
Video 1
Video 2
    
Leveraging the Program Directors Network to Identify Senior Mentors in A/I
Paul J. Dowling, MD, Edwin H. Kim, MD, Kimberly A. Risma, MD PhD and Rebecca Scherzer, MD
Video 1
Video 2

ACGME Requirements

Alumni Surveys

Use the documents here to survey program alumni after fellowship.

Alumni Survey: Year One Post Graduation

Alumni Survey: Years 2 & 5 of Fellowship

Education Modules

The files below contain education modules for use in allergy/immunology fellowship programs.

Hypereosinophilic Disorder
Amy Klion, MD and Princess U. Ogbogu, MD FAAAAI
2014 AAAAI Annual Meeting

PowerPoint Presentation

 

Coming soon: 

Hymenoptera

Mastocytosis Asthma

Practice Management Resources

FIT/New Allergist Track (3 hours – each topic is 45 minutes)

  • Negotiating Employment Contracts
  • Business Management Basics
  • Marketing Your Practice
  • Introduction to Coding and Billing

Download slides for this session.

Practice Management Pearls for Academic Practice (90 minutes)
The academic clinical practice has its own unique challenges -- this session will explore a variety of topics to help position you for success. The panel will cover RVUs and financial benchmarks, negotiation strategies for employment agreements/contracts, and how to set a career development plan.
Download slides for this session: Part 1    Part 2

Allergy Practice Options: What’s Your Best Fit?
Our panelists will describe what it’s like to work in a solo, single specialty and multispecialty practice setting and the issues unique to each.
Download slides for this session.

Choosing Your Correct Career Path
A primer for getting started in practice, from preparing for interviews to contract negotiation strategies. The presenters will cover the pros and cons of both private and academic practice.
​​​​​​​Download the slides for this session.

Physician Wellness: Avoiding Burnout, Finding Balance
Burnout continues to be widespread in medicine. This session will help you recognize the symptoms of burnout and provide practical tips for both combatting burnout and keeping it at bay.
Download the slides for this session.

Building Patient Connections With Technology and Social Media
Your patients want to connect with you online. Are you leveraging the right online tools to maximize patient engagement and satisfaction? Presenters will show you how your website, Facebook page, patient portal, text messaging and other tools can help you more fully connect with your current and future patients.
​​​​​​​Download the slides for this session.

Demonstrating the Value of the Allergist in Academics and Private Practice
The healthcare and regulatory environment that physicians operate in is evolving rapidly. Reimbursement for physician services is changing, and compensation for employed physicians is increasingly based on outcomes prioritized by the healthcare organization. In this environment, how can you demonstrate the value of allergy services to your organization, payers, referring physicians and the public? This session will explore ways the allergist in private or academic practice can begin meeting these challenges.
​​​​​​​Download the slides for this session.

Developing and Maintaining Excellence in Allergy/Immunology Fellowships Training Programs Session

Recording of Live Zoom Session: 

Developing and Maintaining Excellence in Allergy/Immunology Fellowships Training Programs Session

 

Yusin.pdf Sheikh.pdf
Dowling.pdf Vitalpur.pdf
Chang.pdf Panel Discussion.pdf

 

Patient Safety Modules

Coming soon

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The Program Directors Assembly Toolbox includes a variety of resources for use by training program directors in the management of their programs and the training of their fellows.