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Innovation Hub Special Session - AAWR-ASTRO-ARRO-SPRO-SWRO-CHEDI: Speed Mentoring: Navigating the Ladder of Success While Developing Work-Life Integration

9/16/2019
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM
Location: ASTRO Innovation Hub

Session Type: Special Session
0.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

The concept of speed mentoring is that it is an opportunity for young physicians, physicists, residents and students to meet with more established faculty or private practitioners to discuss topics of relevance to the mentee. Each table has one or more mentors. A topic or theme is suggested for each table. Mentors with diverse experiences are chosen. Young physicians or trainees or people in transition spend 10-15 minutes at a table discussing topics with the mentors and other people seated at each table. Topics can include: Work-life integration, achieving leadership roles, getting involved in national organizations, tips for research success, benefits and challenges of different practice environments, etc. We will need to have 1 mentor for every 8-10 attendees so the list below is incomplete but is the maximum allowed on this form. There will be handouts with the contact information for all of the mentors present at the event.

Learning Objectives:

Presentations:

Candice Johnstone, MD, MPH

Medical College of Wisconsin

Disclosure:
Employment
Medical College of WI: Associate Professor: Employee;
Family: Medical College of WI: Professor: Employee

Biography:
Candice Johnstone, MD, MPH is an Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology at the Medical College of Wisconsin. She treats breast and thoracic malignacies primarily and is passionate about hypofractionated palliative radiation therapy. She has edited a textbook "Handbook of Palliative Radiation Therapy" and serves as an expert on Chartrounds. She serves on the executive committee of the Society for Palliative Radiation Oncology (www.spro.org) and is a member of the Board of Directors of both the American Association of Women in Radiology (AAWR) and the Wisconsin Radiological Society (WRS). She serves as an alternate councilor for the ACR and is an elected member of the ACR's College Nominating Committee. She also is actively involved in ASCO's Palliative and Supprotive Care Symposium and RSNA. She serves on the RadiologyInfo.org committee.

Presentation(s):

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Maria Kelly, MD, FASTRO

VA New Jersey Health Care System

Disclosure:
Employment
Veterans Administration, NJ Healthcare System: Chief, Radiation Oncology: Employee

Leadership
AAWR: immediate past president: member of executive committee;
VA rad onc field advisory committee (ROFAC): immediate past chairman: ad hoc member of committee for next 3 years after over 6 years as comm chair

Presentation(s):

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Curtiland Deville, MD

Johns Hopkins University

Disclosure:
Employment
Johns Hopkins: Associate Professor: Employee

Biography:
Dr. Curtiland Deville is an Associate Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He serves as Clinical Director of Sibley Radiation Oncology, the future site of proton therapy for Johns Hopkins Medicine.

He is a graduate of Brown University’s Program in Liberal Medical Education and a past Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellow at the Yale Cancer Center. He completed his transitional year internship in internal medicine at Harbor Hospital Center and residency in radiation oncology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, where he joined the junior faculty as an Assistant Professor and served as clinical Chief of the Genitourinary and Sarcoma Services in the Department of Radiation Oncology.

Dr. Deville’s clinical and research focus is in treating patients with genitourinary malignancies and soft tissue sarcoma. He also has a research interest in physician workforce diversity as a means to addressing health disparities.

He is the current Chair of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) Committee on Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (CHEDI). He also serves on the American College of Radiology’s Commission for Women and Diversity, and American Society of Clinical Oncology’s Health Equity Committee.

Presentation(s):

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