This year at the UIC MCH Retreat the leadership training will be facilitated by Dr. Stephen Bogdewic, the Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs & Professional Development at the Indiana University School of Medicine. He is an innovative, thought leader. He is connected with the human spirit and our core desires to make an impact. He has taken what he teaches and implemented it in practice to help change the face of the Indiana University School of Medicine.
Learn more about Dr. Bogdewic by reading a couple articles that he wrote or listening to his radio show Sound Medicine.
- Attitude adjustments can rejuvenate your practice by Mark A. Greenawald, MD,Stephen P. Bogdewic, PhD
- Improving Medical Student Attitudes Toward Older Patients Through a ‘‘Council of Elders’’ and Reflective Writing Experience by Glenda R. Westmoreland, MD, MPH, Steven R. Counsell, MD, Youcef Sennour, MD,Cathy C. Schubert, MD, Kathryn I. Frank, RN, DNS, ingwei Wu, MS, Richard M. Frankel, PhD, Debra K. Litzelman, MD, Stephen P. Bogdewic, PhD, and Thomas S. Inui, ScM, MD
- Doc Chat: The Myth of Multitasking interview with Steve Bogdewic, PhD on Sound Medicine
- Book: Your Creative Brain Steve Bogdewic, PhD interviews Shelley Carson, PhD, Harvard University psychologist author of Your Creative Brain on Sound Medicine
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