Course Schedule & Registration

Upcoming Webinars...

September 30, 2022 | 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Putting Your Best Self Forward - 

Presented by Dr. Andrea Doria | The Hospital for Sick Children
IMPORTANT: Upon registering, you will want to review the calendar invite for additional details regarding the session, including items to foster self-reflection before the webinar.

October 27, 2022 | 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Hiring, Interviewing, and Negotiating - 

Moderator: Dr. Carrie Ruzal-Shapiro
Panelists: Dr. Yasmin Akbari, Dr. Lindsay Baron, Dr. Steve Simoneaux, and Dr. Ben Taragin

November 17, 2022 | 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Sonography of Superficial Lumps and Bumps in the Pediatric Patient - 

Presented by the SPR REF 2022 Haller-Slovis Awardee, Dr. Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg

More to come soon...

On-Demand Access

Recordings of Past Webinars...

All recordings can be accessed via the SPR Online Learning Center, XPress.

  • Getting the Most from Your Fellowship: Moderator & Panelist: Dr. Amy Mehollin-Ray; Panelists: Dr. Yasmin Akbari, Dr. Marie-Helene Gagnon, Dr. Ami Gokli, Dr. Christian Koegel, and Dr. Desi Schiess

  • Interviewing and Negotiating - Moderator & Panelist: Cara Morin, MD, PhD | Panelists: Neil Lall, MD, Steve Simoneaux, MD, FACR, and Lizzie Snyder, MD

  • Finding the Best Practice Fit: Academic, Corporate/Private Practice, Teleradiology/Night Hawk - Panelists: Yasmin Akbari, MD, Kassa Darge, MD, PhD, Richard Heller, MD, MBA, Diego Jaramillo, MD, MPH, FACR, John MacKenzie, MD, Marla Sammer, MD, MHA, and Ben Taragin, MD, FACR

  • Mentoring and Menteeship: Beyond the Traditional Dyad - Carrie Ruzal-Shapiro, MD

  • Time Management: Getting From Coffee Time to Wine Time - Mariana L. Meyers, MD, FAIUM

  • Dealing with Conflict and Microaggressions in the WorkplaceLisa M. Neale, BA, MSS

  • Moving on Up: Planning for Promotion - Teresa (Tess) Chapman, MD, MA

 
  • National Pediatric Radiology Fellowship Curriculum - Kevin Wong, DO
  • From Interview to Integration: Getting and Thriving in Your 1st Job - A Panel Discussion 
    MODERATOR: Sarah Milla, MD
    PANELISTS: Maddy Artunduaga, MD, Dorothy Bulas, MD, Brian Coley, MD, Cindy Rigsby, MD, and Kevin Wong, DO
  • Starting Fellowship in the Midst of a Pandemic - R. Paul Guillerman, MD, Carrie Ruzal-Shapiro, MD, Amy Mehollin-Ray, MD, Yasmin Akbari, MD, and Alex El-Ali, MD (Open Forum - Not Recorded)
  • Defining Your Career Goals - Carrie Ruzal-Shapiro, MD
  • The Art of Menteeship - Raymond W. Sze, MD, MAMS
  • Teaching Pediatric Radiology: Content Preparation and Delivery - Oscar Navarro, MD
  • Fitting In and Standing Out - R. Paul Guillerman, MD
  • Excellence as a Pediatric Radiologist: Collegiality, Collaboration, and Culture - Brandon P. Brown, MD, FAAP
  • How I Forged My Career - Richard B. Gunderman, MD, PhD
  • The Radiologist as Consultant and other Non-Interpretive Skills - Brian D. Coley, MD, FACR, FAIUM
  • Fostering Wellness in Radiology: What to Know When Transitioning from Trainee to Attendee - Rama Ayyala, MD
  • COVID-19 and Your Experience as a Pediatric Radiology Fellow - Stephen Brown, MD and Brandon P. Brown, MD, FAAP (Open Forum - Not recorded)
  • Beyond Learning - Teaching to Promote Retention - Mahesh Thapa, MD (2019 SPR REF Haller-Slovis Awardee)

Overview

Clinical knowledge and image interpretation skills are necessary but insufficient to be an excellent radiologist. At the outset, the Course aimed to prepare pediatric radiology fellows with non-interpretive skills for the various roles in which radiologists serve referring physicians and their patients: consultant, manager, leader, researcher, educator, and patient advocate.  The commitment to serving pediatric radiology fellows will continue under the Slovis Career Development Course and the scope of the Course will now expand to also include topics across the experience spectrum from early to late career.  The Course will consist of monthly webinars organized by the SPR Professionalism & Career Development Committee.

We hope you will take advantage of this FREE opportunity being made available to complement the clinical training one undergoes during fellowship.  

CME credit will not be offered for the webinars in this series.