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DAAG - ADMINISTRATORS

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The Dermatology Academic Administrators Group (DAAG) is to provide networking and educational opportunities that will promote professional growth of academic administrators.  This will facilitate leadership and collaboration between dermatology departments/divisions in the changing world of academic medicine.

DAAG MEMBERSHIP
Full time administrators working in an academic dermatology department are encouraged to become members.

DAAG OBJECTIVES
The objectives of the DAAG Section are to:
(1)   Provide a forum of networking opportunities for the exchange of information to promote dermatology education, research,
        patient care and service
        -    Peer participation in development of annual program and other educational/networking venues.
        -    Further develop other communication tools (i.e. listserve, blog, linkedin)
        -    Roundtable discussion at the annual meeting
(2)   Share best practices and lessons learned to promote dermatology education, research, patient care and service
        -    Develop a central web page for shared documents on topics of mutual interest
        -    Share academic specific experiences/issues/outcomes through the annual meeting, website,
              and list-serves or other venues
        -    Specific topic speakers, presentations and roundtable discussions at the annual meeting
(3)   Receive updates on current and pending legislation and regulations regarding academic dermatology
        -     Updates through communication tools
        -     Speakers and presentations from legislative and regulatory bodies at annual meeting
(4)   Develop a better understanding of issues faced by Chairs/Chiefs/Education Directors
        -      Attendance at annual meeting
        -      Post presentations from meetings on website
        -      Encourage exchange of information; promote discussion and development of strategies with the Chairs
               around issues presented at the annual meeting
(5)   Educational opportunities for the administrator to enhance their skills
        -       Provide resources through communication tools
        -       Speakers and presentations on leadership, professionalism, and management at annual meeting
(6)   Growth of membership
        -       Outreach to academic programs not currently participating

DERMATOLOGY ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATORS GROUP (DAAG) STEERING COMMITTEE
KARIN BANACH

Chair
Term:  2015-2017
University of South Florida

NISHQ MODY
Vice-Chair
Term:  2015-2017
University of Chicago


DON GLAZIER
Immediate Past-Chair
Term:  2015-2017
Oregon Health and Science University

 
TOM GUTOWSKI
Term:  2016-2018
New York University
, Langone Medical Center
 
DAVID LONG
Term:  2016-2019
University of Rochester Medical Center


KATHLEEN RYAN MORGAN
Term:  2015-2017
University of Colorado, Denver