OWIMS Weekly Links & News - April 24-28
Congratulations to the OWIMS 2017 Mentor of the Year
Lisa David, MD, FACS
Professor and Vice Chair of Plastic
& Reconstructive Surgery Residency Program Director
Women's Health or
Gender Differences Internship Projects Available for Summer 2017: Researchers at WFBMC are seeking
undergraduate students. Visit our Internship
Page for more information.
These are unpaid
internships; students are looking for experience and/or class credit.
The Perry Initiative: Building
the Pipeline for Women in Engineering and Medicine
UPCOMING OWIMS EVENTS
Development Program for Women
April 28, 8am-5pm
Conflict Management and Negotiation
Event Audience: ECDPW Program participants
Career Development for
Women Leaders Program
May 5, 8am-5pm
Strategies for Creating & Sustaining Diversity; Power of Language; Implicit
Event Audience: CDWL Program participants
Career Development Program for Women
May 9, 8am-5pm
Personal SWOT Analysis; Goal Setting; Individual Development Plan; The
Importance of Mentors
Event Audience: ECDPW Program participants
for Women Faculty only- Co-Sponsored by the WFU Women’s Forum and OWIMS
Negotiating For Life: Personal
Fulfillment, Professional Success, and the Power of Negotiation
May 10, 8:00am breakfast and registration; 8:30am
workshop; 12:30pm luncheon - Snead Room, Bridger Field House
Please join us for our annual spring workshop and luncheon. This year's focus
is on gender pay equity, and Sara Laschever, of the Carnegie Mellon Leadership
and Negotiation Academy, will lead us through the workshop. Lunch will follow
the workshop and allow for further discussion and community-building
The event is free, but registration is required. Please use this link to
If you have any questions, please contact either Erica Still at firstname.lastname@example.org or Erin
Sutfin at email@example.com
and Learn Opportunity Open to All Faculty, Staff, House Staff, Post Docs, &
Students (MD, PA, Graduate and other)
Learned, Personal Challenges of a Life in Academia & Suggestions for
12, 11:30-1pm (lunch provided)
Carol Aschenbrener, MD, Former Chief Education Officer at the
Association of American Medical Colleges
Registration required by May 5 at https://redcap.wakehealth.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=3AFH3EFYCW.
OWIMS Women’s Achievement and Mentoring Award
7, 4:00-5:30 pm (awards presentation begins at 4:30
Biotech Place Atrium – 575 North Patterson Ave. Winston-Salem, NC
Celebrating the achievements of women faculty at our institution, presenting
the 2017 OWIMS Mentor of the Year award, and witnessing the graduation of
Fellows in the OWIMS Career Development for Women Leaders Program and Early
Career Development Program for Women.
Event Audience: Open to All Women Faculty, CDWL
and ECDPW Fellows and Graduates and their Department Chairs/Deans, CDWL
Advisory Board Members, OWIMS Mentors and Mentees, the Mentoring Award
recipient, their chair, colleagues and family.
Register by June 1, to receive the
calendar invitation, which includes parking informationhttps://redcap.wakehealth.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=T4T94EDHF3.
more about past women faculty achievements here.
Learn more about past recipients of the Mentor of the Year award here.
all OWIMS Events
Communication and Leadership Skills at Your Own Pace
International Clubs create better listeners and stronger teams/leaders.
Toastmasters are able to confidently and effectively organize activities,
conduct meetings and speak in public as their organizations’ representatives.
Benefit your WFBH teams as a Toastmaster with:
Toastmasters Club meets at the William G. White YMCA on First St. and West End
Blvd. from 11:45 - 12:45 on the first/third Wednesdays of each month.
Guests are welcome to attend any meeting, any time, free!
fees are $51 twice yearly, plus a one-time new-member fee of $20. Ask your
department manager if there are professional development funds available to
cover your costs.
Please visit our website for more information: http://empire.toastmastersclubs.org.
Or for more information contact Shannon Golden, MA at 713.5077 or 716.7537
Bouncing Up” Resilience and Women in Academic Medicine– Julie Freishlag, MD, FACS
Center for Creative Leading Effectively: April 2017
Solo on Stage: A Single Mother’s
Solitary Path to Tenure
Aging, the Medical Subspecialties,
and Career Development: Where We Were, Where We Are Going
the Culture of Academic Medicine: Critical Mass or Critical Actors?
Compensation Issues: 207 statistics on physician compensation |
Flexibility and Mentoring Key to Boosting the Ranks of Women in Cardiology