Jeannette E. South-Paul, MD, joined the URM JAM podcast to discuss ways to become a leader in academic medicine. She gave practical advice such as how and why you can start where you are to build your leadership experience and step forward into growing responsibilities. Our hosts also discussed how your leadership voice is always important, even when you're early in your career.
Hosted by Tochi Iroku-Malize, MD, MPH, MBA and Omari Hodge, MD, FAAFP
- Promoting the success of women and minority physician-scientists in academic medicine: a dean’s perspective
- Reflections of a Black woman physician-scientist
- Where are the rest of us? Improving representation of minority faculty in academic medicine
- Improving the Diversity Climate in Academic Medicine: Faculty Perceptions as a Catalyst for Institutional Change
- Minority Faculty Development Programs and Underrepresented Minority Faculty Representation at US Medical Schools
- Being Black in Medicine - Featuring STFM President Tricia Elliott, MD - (STFM Podcast)
- Black Men in White Coats: A Discussion Among Black Men in Medical Leadership
- Leadership & Managerial Roles - CV Building for Medical Students
The URM Journey to Academic Medicine Podcast, also known as the URM JAM, is hosted by Tochi Iroku-Malize, MD, MPH, MBA, FAAFP and Omari A. Hodge, MD, FAAFP.
We address the real and perceived barriers faced by historically Underrepresented in Medicine residents and students when considering a career in academic family medicine, and provide practical tips and personal advice on topics like leadership, scholarly activity, CVs, mentorship, and more.