• Jul 28 2022

    Sara Schaefer discusses the ins and outs of telemedicine, including day-to-day practice, credentialing and reimbursement, quality of life, and more, with telestroke physician Theresa Sevilis and outpatient teleneurologist Maria Ramirez Hubbard.

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    35 mins
  • Jul 5 2022

    Sara Schaefer discusses many facets of personal finance- including loan repayment, budgeting and cash flow, disability and life insurance, saving for retirement, employer matching, how to educate yourself about personal finances, and how to find a financial advisor who you can trust- with physician financial advisor Tyler Olson.

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    42 mins
  • Jun 27 2022

    Sana Aslam discusses a variety of non-academic career paths and important aspects of the contract to consider with movement disorders neurologists Padma Mahant at Foothills Neurology in Phoenix, Arizona, and Jill Farmer at the Global Neuroscience Institute. Both of these neurologists  have practiced in a variety of environments and share what they have learned along the way.

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    42 mins
  • Jun 20 2022

    Sara Schaefer gets into the details of relative value units (RVUs)- where they come from, how they are calculated, and how they are used in billing, insurance reimbursement, and physician compensation- with Marc Nuwer, Neurophysiology Department Head at UCLA and member of the CPT and Relative Value Update Committee (RUC) Advisory Panels, and Rohit Marawar, Assistant Professor of Neurology at Wayne State University.

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    27 mins
  • Jun 6 2022
    Dr. Katherine Fu (@KatherineFuMD) discusses with guests Dr. Karima Benameur (@kimaneurologist), Neurohospitalist and Associate Professor of Neurology at Emory University & Dr. Vanessa Cooper (@VanessaCooperMD), Assistant Professor of Neurology at Yale University and Associate Director of Diversity and Inclusion education for the neurology residency program about "Imposter Syndrome" (aka Imposter Phenomenon). They also discuss a variety of strategies to combat Imposter Syndrome on an individual, community, and institution level.

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    28 mins
  • May 30 2022

    Parneet Grewal discusses burnout with guests Dr. Dike Drummond, physician coach and CEO and founder of TheHappyMD.com, and Dr. Divya Singhal of UT-San Antonio and former AAN Women in Neurology Section Chair. They discuss the prevalence, signs and symptoms, stigma, and potential individual and systemic ways to address burnout in the physician workforce and in ourselves, physician coaching and how starting with self-reflection can lead to increased energy from your work.

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    47 mins
  • May 28 2022

    Sara Schaefer discusses the art of writing a letter of recommendation and the perspective of the reader with Neurology Program Directors Jeremy Moeller at Yale School of Medicine and Zach London at University of Michigan.

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    36 mins
  • May 23 2022

    Sara Schaefer interviews author neurologists Elie Sternberg, author of NeuroLogic and other books, and Aaron Berkowitz, author of One by One by One, about how they got started with writing, their writing and publication process, what they find fulfilling, and how it influences their neurology practices.

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    50 mins
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