I'm Dr. Jill M. Weber, Director of Communication for the Office of Graduate Medical Education and a Teaching Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Sciences Education and Pathology at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria.
I have a Ph.D. in Communication Arts and Sciences from Penn State University, over twenty years of teaching experience, two teaching awards, eight publications, and more than one hundred invited presentations.
I provide communication, leadership, and professionalism coaching and workshops for medical residents, fellows, faculty, programs, and healthcare teams.
I also provide communication and well-being training and curriculum development through my educational consulting organization, the Center for Thriving.
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