“I find the Journal Club an important part of my leadership journey. It is educational for me to pause and reflect on the topics that are presented with each session. I enjoy seeing how the moderator and participants tackle these issues in their corner of the world. These perspectives help me grow professionally. I appreciate the Pennsylvania Medical Society making the Physician Leaders Journal Club available to members! This is just another wonderful example of how our medical society engages its members and encourages professional fellowship. I would recommend this continuing medical education to any member.”
– Timothy D Pelkowski, MD
New to a leadership role or interested in honing your skills by learning with and from other physicians in leadership roles?
PAMED members are invited to participate in our FREE CME series – Physician Leaders Virtual Journal Club.
Registration for the Journal Club is open. (Course capacity is 100 participants.)
This educational series will be conducted virtually using an online platform for article reviews and participant comments, as well as webinar technology for synchronous group discussions. You can easily connect and participate from
home or work, and for the most part, at your convenience.
The estimated bi-monthly time commitment associated with the reading assignments, participant feedback, and group discussions is only 2 hours – a small investment of your
time with the potential for a big payoff as we review articles uniquely suited to physicians in leadership roles and executive positions.
- Assimilate key management knowledge and skills articulated in literature.
- Apply business concepts to transform health care industry.
- Incorporate management strategies to lead diverse, multi-faceted teams.
The Pennsylvania Medical Society is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Pennsylvania Medical Society designates this other activity (virtual journal club) for a maximum of 9 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Activity Development Team
Nirmal Joshi, MD, FACP
Leslie Howell, CHCP
No one involved in the development or delivery of this activity has any relevant financial relationships to disclose.