Time Management

Allison P. Knight, Ph.D

Allison P. Knight, Ph.D., earned her masters and doctoral degrees in clinical and school psychology from the University of Virginia. She spent 10 years working for the Commonwealth of Virginia, diagnosing and treating learning disorders. Dr. Knight has served as EVMS’ Director of Academic Development since 2012, providing services to help all EVMS students be academically successful. She is also an Assistant Professor in the EVMS Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. 

Time Management

As lives get busier effective time management becomes an important tool to manage work and home life.  This "bite" will focus on time management in the context of work life.   It will discuss how to manage your energy, setting habits and goals and provide suggestions for how to manage interruptions (emails and drop ins).

At the end of the professional development byte you will be able to:

Use proposed strategies for managing energy rather than time in your schedule

Utilize key strategies for effective goal management

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Time Management (CME Credit)

Time Management (Non CME Credit)


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  2. Epstein, R (2011, Sept/Oct) Fight the Frazzled Mind. Scientific America Mind
  3. McClatchy, S (2014) Decide: Work Smarter, Reduce Your Stress and Lead by Example.  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley
  4. Schwartz, T., McCarthy, C., (2007, Oct)  Manage Your Energy, Not your Time. Harvard Business Review. 85(10), 63-73

Release date: June 01, 2016

Expiration date: May 31, 2019

Dr. Knight has disclosed she has no relevant financial relationships