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2023 Annual Meeting | H311 - Creating a Personal Vision: How to Do It and Why It's Important Conversation Corner (Academic Hub)

Wednesday 04/26/23
03:30 PM - 04:00 PM EST Add To Calendar
This program will be presented in-person only
This program is not expected to be available in the meeting's On Demand product.
Hubs (Academic)
Melissa Armstrong, MD, MSc, FAAN
General Neurology
In academic medicine and life, we are all inundated with requests, whether for committee participation, clinic leadership, grant collaborations, speaking engagements, or other opportunities. Having a defined personal vision can help guide one's own career development and strategically assess potential opportunities. In this conversation corner, we'll discuss elements that can be included in a personal vision (e.g., values, strengths, goals), how career visions may change over time, and how to use a defined vision to make thoughtful personal and career choices.
0.00 CME credit
Professionalism
Intermediate
Academic
Fellow, Resident, General Neurologist, Specialist Neurologist, Non-neurologist, Advanced Practice Provider, Neurohospitalist, Medical Student
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Event Timeline
03:30 PM - 04:00 PM EST Discussion Creating a Personal Vision: How to Do It and Why It's Important
Melissa Armstrong, MD, MSc, FAAN
Faculty Disclosures
Melissa Armstrong, MD, MSc, FAAN The institution of Dr. Armstrong has received research support from National Institute of Aging. The institution of Dr. Armstrong has received research support from Florida Department of Health. The institution of Dr. Armstrong has received research support from Lewy Body Dementia Association. Dr. Armstrong has received research support from Parkinson Foundation. Dr. Armstrong has received personal compensation in the range of $5,000-$9,999 for serving as a DSMB member with Alzheimer's Clinical Trials Consortium. Dr. Armstrong has received personal compensation in the range of $5,000-$9,999 for serving as a DSMB member with Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study. Dr. Armstrong has a non-compensated relationship as a Member, Scientific Advisory Council with Lewy Body Dementia Association that is relevant to AAN interests or activities.