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Visiting Professor at Baylor College of Medicin...

Visiting Professor at Baylor College of Medicine

Peter will be Visiting Professor at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, February 8 – 9, 2017. I will present two talks to the Department of Radiology at Texas Children’s Hospital on 2/8/17 titled, “ Managing Your Vital Resources: Your Time and Your Monday,” and, ” Strategic Career Planning: A Career Coaching Perspective.” On February 9, I […]

Keynote Speaker and workshop presenter for the ...

Keynote Speaker and workshop presenter for the Texas Branch of the American College of Physicians.

      Peter has accepted an invitation to present the Keynote at the Annual Fall Meeting of the Texas Branch of the American College of Physicians, in San Antonio, Texas in November at the Hyatt Hill Country Resort and Spa. He will present the Keynote on Saturday 11/11/17, and a two-hour workshop on Sunday 11/12/17.

Visiting Professor at Brown University School o...

Visiting Professor at Brown University School of Medicine.

        Peter has accepted an invitation to be Visiting Professor in the Department of Radiology at Brown School of Medicine in Providence, R.I. on September 11, 2017. He will present several talks, including Radiology Grand Rounds, and meet with residents and fellows. All three of his presentations will discuss various aspects of strategic […]

Guest Speaker at the 2017 Annual Meeting of The...

Guest Speaker at the 2017 Annual Meeting of The Society for Interventional Radiology

      Peter will be a Guest Speaker at the 2017 Annual Meeting of The Society for Interventional Radiology, Washington, D.C., March 7, 2017. I will be part of a 3-person panel-workshop discussion titled, “Personal Wellness for the Interventionalist.” My 50-minute presentation will be titled, “Strategies for Sustaining Personal Health and Career Resilience.”

Peter honored by Stanford Department of Radiolo...

Peter honored by Stanford Department of Radiology

Peter honored by Stanford Department of Radiology At the November 10, 2016 faculty meeting of the Department of Radiology at Stanford University School of Medicine, I was presented with a special award plaque recognizing my 22 years of clinical service to Stanford Radiology.   The ceremony also acknowledged my official retirement from clinical practice.  The photos, below, show a […]

Visiting Professor at Weil Cornell Medical Cent...

Visiting Professor at Weil Cornell Medical Center

Peter was Visiting Professor at Weil Cornell Medical Center, New York City, November 2, 2016. I was invited by the Department of Radiology at Weill Cornell School of Medicine to be Visiting Professor on November 2, 2016 to present Radiology Grand Rounds. The title of my presentation was, “ Balancing Life and Work: Survival Strategies for the Busy Radiologist.”

13th Annual SEAK “Non-Clinical Careers for Phy...

Peter was a faculty member and mentor at the 13th Annual  SEAK “Non-Clinical Careers for Physicians Conference,  Chicago, October 22-23, 2016. For the fourth year in a row, I was invited to participated at the Non-Clinical Careers for Physicians Conference in Chicago.   I spoke with many of the 400 physician registrants and offered one-on-one career transition mentoring to over 50 […]

How to have a HEALTHY KITCHEN and a HEALTHY LIF...

It seems that Spring is in the air everywhere. Very unusually warm weather in the Mid West and the East coast the past several weeks.  Perhaps another sign of Global Warming?  Or is it  more properly, Global “Warning”?  I hope everyone is doing whatever is reasonable to reduce your carbon footprint on the planet. There is […]

Do You have a Plan B?

The global economic meltdown continues to be in freefall, with no end in sight.  The mean common denominator is that securities markets keep getting sold off to lower and lower levels, there is no confidence that the government’s vigorous action is doing much to stop the hemorrhage, and fear grips the world.  This is your worst […]