Now on the NEJM Group Open Forum

Posted by • July 21st, 2015

Here’s an update with the latest on the NEJM Group Open Forum.

The NEJM CareerCenter, in conjunction with Medstro and the American Physician Scientist Association, today opens an exploration of topics related to physician-scientist careers. Take the opportunity to chat with an esteemed panel from the National Institutes of Health, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and the Mayo Clinic, as well as innovators from the TEDMED community and biotechnology.

The discussion series will focus on the following topics.

July 21, 2015: Physician-Scientists Shaping American Healthcare

July 28, 2015: Physician-Scientist Training: Current Options and Future Changes

August 4, 2015: How funding may impact the future of the Physician-Scientist

August 11, 2015: Successful Physician-Scientists mentor-mentee relationships

August 18, 2015: Physician-Scientist Transitions: How to take those next steps.

August 25, 2015: Role of Scientific Organizations in Training and Career

Also opening today, we bring together experts to discuss and share how we are implementing high value care strategies in daily practice, whether that’s in the hospital, on rounds, during Grand Rounds, or in the clinic. We’ll also discuss the place high value care has in the future of American health care.

The NEJM Group Open Forum is a pilot project we are running in collaboration with Medstro, a social professional network for physicians. Free registration is required; social login is available through Facebook, Twitter, Google, and LinkedIn.

You’re welcome to join any (or all!) of these discussions. Read the questions and answers posted so far; and like, share, and comment to become a part of the conversation.

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