OWIMS Weekly Links & News - April 7-11
& CAREER DEVELOPMENT
UPCOMING OWIMS LEADERSHIP & MENTORING EVENTS
Early Career Development Program for
April 8, 8am-5pm
Conflict Management; Negotiation
Event Audience: ECDPW Fellows
Career Development For Women Leaders
April 10, 8am-5pm
Career Planning (Career Compass); Presenting Yourself
Event Audience: CDWL Fellows
Heard at the Leadership Table & Beyond
May 16, 8:30 am-3:30 pm
Susan Miller, PhD, CCC, Principal & Founder of Voicetrainer, LLC; Assistant
Professor of Otolaryngology, Georgetown University Medical Center; and
certified speech-language pathologist
Event Audience: OWIMS Mentees and ECDPW/CDWL Fellows
Dr. Miller specializes in presentation skills, refinement of the speaking
voice, anxiety reduction, accent refinement and treatment of the injured
voice. For over 30 years she has helped
professional speakers, radio and news personalities, and entertainers maximize
their impact every time they speak. Dr. Miller writes and speaks about vocal
power, vocal health, and communicating powerfully.
workshop cost is $15 (checks made payable to WFHS). Registration required. RSVP to Natalie Barrett at email@example.com by May 1.
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Women + Girls Research Alliance: 2014
Summit: Convergence: Mapping Success, Wellbeing + Empowerment
11, 2014, UNC-Charlotte (Student Union Ballroom), Charlotte, NC
W. Nickens Awards - Commemorating 15 Years of Leadership in Health Equity - Now soliciting nominations for
the annual Herbert W. Nickens Presidential Award, the Nickens Faculty
Fellowship and the Medical Student Scholarships Awards. Nominations for the
three awards must be received by May
2, 2014. For detailed information visit www.aamc.org/initiatives/awards/.
SAVE THE DATE! 2014
Spring Executive Leadership Summit - Soaring on the Winds of Change...
Leadership Conversations in the Windy City
May 9 - May 10, Chicago,
The WESH Program Committee is hard at work arranging a dynamic event program
featuring prominent keynote speakers and workshop offerings.
Visit www.weshleadership.org for updates as they
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS:
The Thirteenth Annual Janet L. Norwood Award For Outstanding
Achievement By A Woman In The Statistical Sciences
The Section on
Statistical Genetics and the Department of Biostatistics in the School of
Public Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) are pleased to request
nominations. The award will be conferred on Wed 9/10/2014. The award recipient
will be invited to deliver a lecture at the UAB award ceremony, and will
receive all expenses, the award, and a $5,000 prize. More details are available here (pdf). Deadline for receipt of
nominations is Fri 6/27/2014.
do more housekeeping and parenting than male doctors
How to Suppress the Apology Reflex Confidence, at least in the American workplace, means never having
to say you're sorry.
Kindness Is Possible There are lots of stories
about jerks in academe. A new blog isn't about them.
Coach: A Deliberate Practice Approach to Teaching and Learning Clinical Skills
Coping With a Career Crisis
The Art And Science Of Building Confidence Under Pressure
Women, work and the art of gender judo
Relax, Being Anxious Makes You A Good Leader
What Women Need to Succeed in Science
Medicine: April 2014
Announcements from ELAM
Expanding the Scope of Leadership
Training in Medicine
Promoting Mentorship in
Translational Research: Should We Hope for Athena or Train Mentor?
Gender Differences in Publication
Productivity, Academic Position, Career Duration, and Funding Among U.S.
Academic Radiation Oncology Faculty
Training Mentors of Clinical and
Translational Research Scholars: A Randomized Controlled Trial
OTHER EVENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS
National Women’s Health Week – May 11-17
Sponsored by the Office on Women’s Health, the goal is to
empower women to make their health a priority. Register for events at Meetup Everywhere. Get started
today! Visit our website to learn more about National
Women’s Health Week and National Women’s Health Week Meetups.
‘Nerve Block’ to
Neck Might Help Ease Hot Flashes http://consumer.healthday.com/health-technology-information-18/anesthesia-news-721/nerve-block-to-neck-might-help-ease-hot-flashes-684647.html
Next step in
live-donor uterus transplant project
play an important role in female fertility; may enhance IVF therapy
'provides significant cervical protection,' review finds
seeking medical care have experienced reproductive coercion and intimate
adolescent girls are different from those of adult women
breast is best, uninsured parents don't take breastfeeding classes