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In this episode, Dr Saccocio discusses ways to keep inspired with Dr Suzanne Minor.
This series of podcasts is sponsored by the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM), the academic home for family medicine educators.
Suzanne Minor, MD:
Suzanne Minor, MD, is a board-certified family medicine physician who attended the University of Miami School of Medicine and then trained at Jackson Memorial Hospital for her residency. She completed her National Health Service Corps commitment working with the underserved community of North Dade. In 2010, she joined Florida International University and was the founding Family Medicine Clerkship Director and core College of Medicine faculty, continuing to care for underserved patients. Currently, she serves as the Assistant Dean for Faculty Development, supporting clinical faculty teaching medical students and supporting all educators in their non-teaching roles, such as medical education research, peer-reviewing, advising, and mentoring.
Dr. Minor’s academic home is the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine which refuels and refreshes her! She has received from STFM through completing the Medical Student Education Development Institute and New Faculty Scholars Program. She has given back as chair of the Steering Committee for the Group on Medical Student Education and as an STFM Foundation Trustee. In her Trustee role, she now serves as director for the STFM Foundation New Faculty Scholars Program.