Please join us for engaging sessions as part of the Yale Medical Educator Series YES! and the Medical Education Discussion Group (MEDG), hosted by the Center for Medical Education. Highlighted below are two opportunities in the month of February. If you have not yet registered for these upcoming sessions, or any others you may want to attend, you can register here. All sessions are from 12 - 1 p.m. via Zoom with CME credit available. Friday, Feb. 16 – YES! “Just do it! Writing, Submitting, Revising, and Yes: Getting Published” by Andrés Martin, MD, PhD, Riva Ariella Ritvo Professor, Child Study Center; Faculty Associate, Teaching and Learning Center, Yale School of Medicine Tips for writing during early career development – and beyond. You are not alone in coming to the realization that writing is hard work, but it is also a skill you can learn and one that gets better with practice and time. In this session we will explore steps you can take to make the process more efficient, more hopeful, more likely to succeed, and, if nothing else, more bearable.* Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for today’s session. Thursday, Feb. 22 – MEDG “The Master Adaptive Learner Model: An Innovative Approach to Lifelong Learning” by William B. Cutrer, MD, MEd, Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education and Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Critical Care Medicine, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine The master adaptive learner (MAL) uses self-regulated learning skills to develop adaptive, efficient, and accurate skills in medical practice. Given the increasingly rapid changes in health care, it is essential for faculty educators to acquire the skills to teach learners using this approach. Dr. Cutrer co-authored the book, The Master Adaptive Learner. We invite you to join our discussion of this timely topic in medical education.