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Human Resources Interest Group

The GBA HR Interest Group is a network of human resource professionals who broadly share ideas, challenges, best practices, and development opportunities.

Specific goals and activities of the GBA HR Interest Group include:

  • Contributing to a biannual newsletter to update Principal Business Officers on important/relevant HR current affairs
  • Participating on quarterly calls and on the GBA HR listserve
  • Assisting with ideas for and the delivery of potential webinars and toolkits
  • Submitting HR-related topics for breakout sessions at the GBA/GIP Spring Meeting; participating in Hot Topics Discussion Forums

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GIP Academic Medicine Articles

A Diversity and Inclusion Framework for Medical EducationMarc A. Nivet, EdD, MBA, Laura Castillo-Page, PhD, and Sarah Schoolcraft Conrad, MSDiversity 3.0 is a diversity and inclusion framework that integrates diversity into the core of an institution and leverages institutional and social context, structures and policies, and human capital to drive excellence. Read More >>
Offshore Medical Schools Are Buying Clinical Clerkships in U.S. Hospitals: The Problem and Potential SolutionsEdward C. Halperin, MD, MA, and Robert B. Goldberg, DOProposed solutions include placing restrictions on federal student loans and denying for-profit offshore medical schools access to U.S. clinical training sites unless they meet U.S.-equivalent accreditation standards. Read More >>
A Model for Integrating Ambulatory Surgery Centers Into an Academic Health System Using a Novel Ambulatory Surgery Coordinating CouncilLisa Ishii, MD, MHS, Peter J. Pronovost, MD, PhD, Renee Demski, MSW, MBA, Gill Wylie, and Michael Zenilman, MDJohns Hopkins Medicine created the Ambulatory Surgery Coordinating Council to manage, standardize, and promote peer learning, quality improvement, and patient safety among its eight ambulatory surgery centers. Read More >>
Navigating to the Top: Lessons Learned From Women in Academic MedicineSusan K. Pingleton, MDSenior women faculty at University of Kansas School of Medicine prescribe strategies for young women to succeed in academic medicine based on their own experiences. Read More >>
Taking Risk: Early Results from Teaching Hospitals' Participation in the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation's Bundled Payments for Care Improvement InitiativeColeen Kivlahan, MD, MSPH, Janis M. Orlowski, MD, Jonathan Pearce, MBA, CPA, Jessica Walradt, MS, Matthew Baker, MS, and Darrell G. Kirch, MDThe authors review early outcomes and observations from the AAMC cohort of teaching hospitals participating in the BPCI initiative and propose additional opportunities for research related to alternative payment models. Read More >>
Training Doctors for Person-Centered Care Jeannine English, CPA, MBAThe author describes the ideal of "person-centered care," which will require a change in the culture of health care. Medical schools' vital role in this transformation is also described. Read More >>
Race-Conscious Professionalism and African American Representation in Academic Medicine Brian W. Powers, Augustus A. White, MD, PhD, Nancy E. Oriol, MD, and Sachin H. Jain, MD, MBAIntrinsic forces inform many African American physicians' career development, specifically dual concerns for career and community. Policy suggestions are made leveraging race-conscious professionalism to foster academic medical careers. Read More >>
United States Medical Schools' Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act: Findings from a National Study Philip Zazove, MD, Benjamin Case, Christopher Moreland, MD, Melissa A. Plegue, MA, Anne Hoekstra, MD, Alicia Ouellette, JD, Ananda Sen, PhD, and Michael D. Fetters, MD, MPH, MAExamination of the availability of technical standards from MD- and DO-granting schools shows inadequate provision of reasonable accommodations for students with hearing, vision, or mobility disabilities. Read More >>
Health Care Transformation: A Strategy Rooted in Data and AnalyticsJohn Koster, MD, Elizabeth Stewart, PhD, and Eugene Kolker, PhDThe authors review three examples of the transformational force of data and analytics to improve health care and examine academic medicine's vital role in guiding the needed changes. Read More >>
Transforming Scientific Inquiry: Tapping Into Digital Data by Building a Culture of Transparency and ConsentRobert J. Smith, David Grande, MD, MPA, and Raina M. Merchant, MD, MSHPTechnological advances present a wealth of patient data that can be used to improve the health of populations, but use of these data must be governed by firm ethical principles. Read More >>
Altmetrics: A New Way to Measure Impact in Scholarly PublishingJournal StaffAcademic Medicine now has altmetrics, an innovative, article-level measure of online mentions from Tweets, Facebook likes, news pickups, and more. Read More >>
A Matrix Mentoring Model that Effectively Supports Clinical and Translational Scientists and Increases Inclusion in Biomedical Research: Lessons from the University of UtahCarrie L. Byington, MD, Heather Keenan, MD, PhD, John D. Phillips, PhD, Rebecca Childs, Erin Wachs, Mary Anne Berzins, Kim Clark, Maria K. Torres, Jan Abramson, Vivian Lee, MD, PhD, MBA, and Edward B. Clark, MDA mentoring matrix including self, senior, scientific, peer, and staff mentorship from medicine and the health sciences has improved academic productivity and inclusion of women and underrepresented minorities. Read More >>

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