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Cardiothoracic Surgery Video Encyclopedia

The goal of this project is to create a narrated video catalog that can be used by cardiac surgeons and trainees around the country to learn from each other and share their various approaches to a range of operations. The video library encyclopedia will align with TSRA thoracic surgical curriculum and have videos that cover each topic.

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Teaching LGBTQ+ Health

This curriculum has been developed to provide education for faculty members at Stanford School of Medicine and beyond to improve knowledge, teaching skills, and attitudes pertaining to the provision of healthcare to sexual and gender minority (SGM) patients.

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Physicians and Firearms

This self-paced course is divided into the three modules: Epidemiology, Firearm Basics, and Providers and Firearms. This course is intended primarily for medical students, physicians, and other healthcare providers to understand the current state of gun violence in the United States, basic firearm terminology, and what we can do in the healthcare setting to prevent firearm injury for our patients.

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Cue-Centered Therapy

The Cue-Centered Therapy online training course is a self-paced course consisting of 10 modules that cover the fundamentals of CCT and is the first required step to be certified in the intervention. The course provides the theoretical rationale, goals, therapeutic techniques, and resources for each session of the intervention. Four vignettes that the created from the developers' own clinical experience are used throughout to demonstrate session goals.

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Health After Cancer: Cancer Survivorship for Primary Care

This course is designed to help you care for the growing number of survivors in primary care. Please begin with the Getting Started section and The Words of a Patient, a survivor’s story from Melissa Mills, childhood cancer survivor and Stanford Genetic Counselor.

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Peer Faculty Mentoring

Peer faculty mentoring is the most effective way to support and advance faculty success at the Stanford School of Medicine.

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Stress Management for Healthcare Trainees

Stress Management for Healthcare Trainees

This course has been designed to teach healthcare trainees and providers that are early in their careers how to recognize and modulate response to stressors during critical patient care events.

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