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Managing Parenthood and Your Career Series- Advanced COVID Parenting
The first session of the “Managing Parenthood and Your Career” series. This session features pediatrician Michael Jellinek, MD, former chief of Child Psychiatry and Pediatrics at HMS. Dr. Jellinek takes questions and addresses concerns about parenting in the midst of COVID-19.
Zoom Best Practices and Helpful Tips
The CFD put together this brief presentation on The Basics of Giving a Good Talk on Zoom and Tools to Make Zoom Webinars or Meetings More Interesting!
Women researchers are publishing less since the pandemic hit. What can their employers do to help?
STAT speaks with Center for Faculty Development Director, Dr. Miriam Bredella, about how she and other leaders are navigating how to best address this issue and make sure that women researchers and clinicians have the support they need.
Revisiting Your Goals in Times of Flux
Working from the premise that you can and should keep your career on track even in these troubled times, this session prompts you to examine what you wanted before the pandemic hit, reflect on whether or not you truly need to put those goals on hold, and think of ways to adjust strategically.
Pandemic’s Frontline Healthcare Workers Draw Lessons From The Marathon Bombing
WGBH News segment - quotes Office for Well-Being Interim Director Dr. Darshan Mehta.
Strength Training Right from Your Home!
This class will provide some general strength training and some postural correction work to help you after a long day’s work!
Town Hall: Parenting and Productivity in the Time of COVID
The Center for Faculty Development and its Office for Women's Careers offered this Town Hall which covered challenges and options for parents during the COVID pandemic and discussions on ways to stay productive.
'Invisible Wounds': Front-Line Health Workers Face Recovery Period That Could Last Months
A WBUR Radio segment featuring Dr. Darshan Mehta and other medical professionals. Some compare front-line medical staffers to soldiers coming off of a tough tour of duty, and say they may find psychological symptoms emerging as they now process what they've been though.