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Introduction to your C areer D ecision- M aking S ystem Transitional Clerkship April 2013 Calvin Chou Maxine Papadakis. CDMS Timeline. Transitional Clerkship, Today Discuss features of an effective career decision-making process

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Introduction to your Career Decision-Making System Transitional ClerkshipApril 2013Calvin ChouMaxine Papadakis

cdms timeline
CDMS Timeline

Transitional Clerkship, Today

  • Discuss features of an effective career decision-making process
  • Access “critical factors” and how they may be important to your career decision-making
  • Introduce the Clerkship Learning Experiences Form (CLEF: simple, brief, hopefully informative for your decision-making process, for you)

Each Clerkship – Complete a CLEF

Intersession 1, June 2013

  • Session on professionalism
  • AC mentor meetings
cdms timeline1
CDMS Timeline

Intersession 2, October 2013

  • Info sessions, career advising w/departments
  • Residency application information
  • Check in with your CLEFs

MS4 planning, February 2014

  • Complete elective planning form using data from CLEFs

Intersession 3, April 2014

  • Revisit everything from TC and IS 1-2
  • Narrow your specialty choice (3-2-1)
  • Select career advisor(s)
  • Assemble CLEF data, all info for application
career decision making system timeline

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AC Meetings

Career Decision-Making System: Timeline

Clerkship Experience Form (CLEF)

2012-13

TC

2013-14

IS2

IS1

IS3

MS4 Elective Choice Form

2014-15

The Match

objectives of session
Objectives of Session
  • Describe features of an effective career decision-making process
  • Diagnose your current level of differentiation
  • Describe the 4 stages of making a decision
  • Choose “critical factors” that are most important to you
  • Describe how your clerkship experiences in these factors affect your ultimate decision-making
  • Know your timeline: by summer 2014
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Objectives of Session
  • What we will do:

Illuminate a decision-making process

  • What we will not do:

Make the decision for you

Gryffindology.

features of a good decision
Features of a “good” decision
  • Free: proactive, uninfluenced, timely
  • Data-Driven: accurate data
  • Individualized Process
  • “Circular” Process
partially differentiated deciders
Partially Differentiated Deciders
  • Primary care vs. specialty
  • Inpatient vs. outpatient
  • Procedural vs non-procedural
  • Interpersonal interaction types
  • Target population
fully differentiated deciders
Fully Differentiated Deciders
  • Certain, data-driven, free
  • Certain, data-driven, not free: “constrained”
  • Certain, free, not data-driven: “premature closure”
  • Pseudo-certain, not free, not data-driven: “masquerade”
stages toward making your decision
Stages toward making your decision
  • Honest Self-Assessment
  • Data acquisition / career exploration
  • The choice
  • Implementation
honest self assessment
Honest Self-Assessment
  • The most important step
  • Each stage of decision-making involves another round of self-assessment
  • Consider: strength-based decision-making
to get started
To get started
  • Consider critical factors that you believe are important in forming your career decision
  • Link: http://www.smbs.buffalo.edu/RESIDENT/CareerCounseling/main_menu.htm
  • NOT a crystal ball, but could provide direction if you are truly and fully a stem cell
data acquisition
Data Acquisition
  • Stage in which you take your experiences and frame them with your critical factors: this begins now!
  • *Ask how a specialty can fit your needs – not how you can fit into a specialty
  • Sometimes your critical factors may change – may be worth revisiting
  • Know the limitations of the data you have already acquired
clerkship experiences form clef
Clerkship Experiences Form (CLEF)
  • Simple format, <5 minute input
  • Link is on UCSF career decision-making website
  • These reflections are for you, but will also use in discussing career options with advisors, making 4th year plan, etc.
  • 3rd year can be a blur, so it can be valuable to write something down in real time during each experience
arriving at a choice information and support

Arriving at a Choice: Information and support

Personal Mentors: people who know you well, can be truthful to you, and who can place your desires and needs over their own

Career Advisors: http://meded.ucsf.edu/ume/career-advisors

Advisory College Mentors

Dr. Maxine Papadakis

career decision making system timeline1

D

B

1

A

3

C

2

AC Meetings

Career Decision-Making System: Timeline

Clerkship Experience Form (CLEF)

2012-13

TC

2013-14

IS2

IS1

IS3

MS4 Elective Choice Form

2014-15

The Match

objectives of session2
Objectives of Session
  • Describe components of an effective career decision-making process
  • Diagnose your current level of differentiation
  • Describe the 4 stages of making a decision: honest self-assessment, data acquisition, the choice, implementation
  • Know your timeline: by summer 2014