Office of Fellowship Training
Imaging Seminar: 3-Part Series
This seminar is led by Beth Beighlie, Digital Imaging Coordinator, Research Imaging Solutions, Harvard Medical School.
RESEARCH IMAGING SOLUTIONS (RIS) workshops and seminars are based on the unique ways that researchers use proprietary scientific applications, Microsoft Office and a variety graphics programs to create, acquire and edit images that are included in grant applications, journal articles and presentations to the scientific community. Imaging Made Easy Lunchtime Seminars cover topics including poster making, proper PowerPoint techniques and Photoshop tricks.
Beth Beighlie has been creating images at Harvard Medical School since 1987. Over the years she has worked as a photographer, imaging instructor and medical and scientific illustrator. She is currently doing Desktop Computer Support at the School of Dental Medicine and Research Imaging Support for the Dental & Medical Schools, as well as their affiliated institutions. Beth is also a regular columnist for the medical and scientific imaging quarterly magazine, Digital Insights. Visit her website.
Co-Sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development
Understand important concepts of presentation design to reliably display images. Minimize the risks associated with certain fonts & design templates. Learn to use PowerPoint to correctly to insert illustrations, charts & movies in a way that will enable you to present with confidence. Also master ways to use animation & make hyperlinks.
The workshop is intended for Children’s Hospital Boston junior faculty and fellows who are new to preparing professional, scientific presentations and /or who want to learn more about using digital images.
CME credit available to faculty
Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Apply innovative practices and strategies in academic medicine, in areas such as research, clinical activities, teaching, mentoring, scientific publication, medical education, technology, and/or work-life balance
- Identify and utilize resources to successfully navigate a career in academic medicine, such as HMS and Children’s websites and offices, addressing topics such as promotion, negotiation, management, grant-writing, authorship, and mentoring.
- Demonstrate leadership skills, such as effective communication and professionalism, in their interactions with colleagues, trainees, patients, and families
The Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Harvard Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.