Upcoming Events

2021 Oct 22
AI Workshop: Applications for Assessment
12:00pm to 01:00pm
Location
Zoom (Register and you will receive details via email)

 

What Can Artificial Intelligence Teach Us?

The BEI invites all Brigham Educators & Trainees to attend a five-part series focused on the intersection of AI/Machine Learning and Clinical Education.

This event is the third in the series.

Led by Alina von Davier PhD

Registrants will be sent a Zoom link ahead of the event.

Register HERE.

 

2021 Oct 28
Virtual Book Discussion: The Personal Librarian
12:30pm to 01:30pm
Location
Zoom (register and you will receive details via email)

Join Brigham BEI Medical Librarian, Susan Warthman for a book discussion on "The Personal Librarian" by Marie Benedict & Victoria Christopher Murray.

See book synposis here.

Participants must obtain an electronic or hard copy of the book for themselves and read before the discussion. BEI cannot provide copies.

Please register HERE to receive Zoom link. Thank you and look forward to seeing you there!

2021 Nov 04
BEI FOER/PRISE 2021-2022 Series: Study Questions and Literature Review
12:00pm to 01:00pm
Location
Zoom (register and you will receive details via email)

The BEI & Dept of Medicine PRISE (Department of Medicine Program for Research, Innovations and Scholarship in Education) invite all Brigham Educators & Trainees to attend 8 seminars focused on Medical Education Research. These seminars aim to train and support individuals with a career interest in medical education research and create a dynamic community of educational researchers.

This is the second session in the series.

Led by BEI Medical Librarian Sue Warthman, MLIS, AHIP

Register HERE and you will receive Zoom link ahead of time.

2021 Nov 10
Knowledge Burst: Ovid Medline’s Expand Term Finder Tool
12:30pm to 12:50pm
Location
Zoom (register and you will receive details via email)

This 20-minute session will describe and explain how to use Ovid’s Expand Term Finder tool. Users will discover the appropriate terminology in an interactive Medical Subject Heading or MeSH browser and find their synonyms to correctly search in Ovid’s Medline platform. After determining the correct vocabulary; i.e. subject headings, sub-headings, and synonyms, users will create search strategies, personal accounts, and save searches.

With Medical Librarian Susan Warthman.

Register HERE and a Zoom link will be sent to you via a calendar invite prior to the event.

2021 Nov 11
AI Workshop: Applications for Learning
12:00pm to 01:00pm
Location
Zoom (Register and you will receive details via email)

 

What Can Artificial Intelligence Teach Us?

The BEI invites all Brigham Educators & Trainees to attend a five-part series focused on the intersection of AI/Machine Learning and Clinical Education.

This event is the fourth in the series.

Led by Ulrik Juul Christensen, MD

Registrants will be sent a Zoom link ahead of the event.

Register HERE.

 

2021 Nov 12
BEI “Last Page Challenge” with special guest discussant Rashmi Kusurkar, MD, PhD!
03:00pm to 03:45pm
Location
Zoom (register and you will receive details via email)

This 45 minute session will showcase a one page Academic Medicine “Last Page” authored by Dr. Rashmi Kusurkar from the Amsterdam Universitair Medische Centra. The one page article focuses on “Self-Determination Theory and Motivation in Medical Students.” This engaging, NO PREP session is discussion-focused and open to all members of the MGB community, including medical students, trainees, chief residents, faculty, and allied health professionals. Email bwhbei@bwh.harvard.edu with any questions.

Register HERE and a Zoom link will be sent to you via calendar invite prior to the event.

2021 Nov 17
Global Med Ed Cafe- Pedagogy in integrating content and communication: Reflections of an English Professor
07:30am to 08:30am
Location
Zoom (register and you will receive details via email)

The BEI invites all Brigham educators and trainees to attend this second session in our series.

Led by Professor Francesco Bolstad, Nara University, Japan. Francesco is a kiwi who has spent years teaching in Japan. He teaches medical students to communicate in English. Communication is hard enough, imagine communicating in a language that is not your first language.

Register HERE and you will receive Zoom link ahead of time.

2021 Nov 17
Virtual CINAHL Basic Searching Class
04:00pm to 05:00pm
Location
Zoom (register and you will receive details via email)

Learn how to effectively search in CINAHL and use features such as limiters or filters, search history, and terms in Subject Headings index, also known as a controlled vocabulary. This 30-45 minute interactive class will enable you to set up Ebsco Personal account, apply limiters or filters, search in CINAHL, create a personal account in Ebsco to save search results, and manage collections of search results. With Medical Librarian Susan Warthman.


Register HERE and a Zoom link will be sent to you via a calendar invite prior to the event.

2021 Nov 22
Virtual Book Discussion: When Breath Becomes Air
12:30pm to 01:30pm
Location
Zoom (register and you will receive details via email)

Join Brigham BEI Medical Librarian, Susan Warthman for a book discussion on "When Breath Becomes Air" by Paul Kalanithi.

See book synposis here.

Participants must obtain an electronic or hard copy of the book for themselves and read before the discussion. BEI cannot provide copies.

Please Register HERE to receive Zoom link. Thank you and look forward to seeing you there!

2021 Dec 01
Knowledge Burst: BrowZine
11:30am to 11:45am
Location
Zoom (register and you will receive details via email)

This 15-minute session will describe BrowZine software and its ability to allow users to peruse journals online, create bookshelves to organize and track your favorite journals, create and sync your Bookshelf between your mobile device and the web, and monitor the most recent issues of favorite publications. These functions will be demonstrated during the discussion.

With Medical Librarian Susan Warthman.

Register HERE and a Zoom link will be sent to you via a calendar invite prior to the event.