OWIMS Weekly Links & News - February 18-22
(formerly the Women's Health Center of Excellence for Research, Leadership, Education)
UPCOMING OWIMS LEADERSHIP & MENTORING EVENTS
*SAVE THE DATE *Pathways to Promotion presented by the Office of Faculty Development
May 13, 4:00 - 5:30pm, Commons Conference Rooms 1-3, Nutrition Building
Event Audience: All Faculty
Introduction by Carol Milligan, PhD, Chair, Promotions and Tenure Committee; Professor of Neurobiology & Anatomy
Breakouts: Table discussion for basic and clinical faculty interested in promotion to associate professor, to full professor or for tenure. Tables will be facilitated by members of the Promotions and Tenure Committee and recently promoted faculty.
Select Rank and Track: Assistant to Associate Professor OR Associate to Full Professor
- Tenure track research scholarship
- Clinical scholar
- Research contingent
Registration is required for this event. Please email Natalie Barrett at email@example.com or call 336-713-4220 by May 1st. When responding, please indicate your breakout table of interest (rank and track). View the announcement.
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Building, Bridging, and Blazing Pathways for Women and Leadership: Celebrating the Past, Present, and Future
June 9-12, 2013 - Asilomar, Pacific Grove, CA
General questions about this or any of ILA's conferences can be directed firstname.lastname@example.org
2013 Early-Career Women Professional Development Seminar (AAMC) https://members.aamc.org/eweb/DynamicPage.aspx?webcode=MeetingProfile&evt_key=B397E274-6A60-4D72-8044-80E23C6CB757
July 13 - 16, 2013 (application phase opening early March 2013)
Looking to improve your speaking and leadership skills? Toastmasters International provides meetings which function as workshops where participants hone professional skills in a friendly atmosphere. Participation may help you or your staff to become better speakers, communicate more effectively, improve presentation skills and much more. A local chapter meets twice a month during the lunch hour at the Office of Women in Medicine and Science[location] or Davenport Transportation Consulting, Suite 2A, Chatham Building. For more meeting dates and location and details about Toastmasters, see http://empire.freetoasthost.com or email VPmembership@empire.freetoasthost.com.
Join Women Executives in Science & Healthcare - WESH (Women Executives in Science & Healthcare) formerly known as SELAM, is a professional organization dedicated to the advancement and promotion of women executives in academic medicine, healthcare and the sciences. Are you on a leadership pathway? Do you hold positions like Chief of Staff, Director, Chair of Department, or a Medical Director? Do you want to advance in your field or move to a higher administrative leadership position? Take a look at what WESH can offer you at www.weshleadership.org.
Controlling Anger and Happiness at Work: An Examination of Gender Differenceshttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-0432.2010.00518.x/pdf
Conference Review - Women and Leadership: Closing the Gender Gap http://business.brookes.ac.uk/commercial/work/iccld/ijebcm/documents/vol10issue2-conference-01.pdf
Once Upon A Company: What Fairy Tales Can Teach You About Leadership
Gender, Generations, and Faculty Conflict
What Leading With Vision Really Means
Gender Gaps and Canadian Research Universities
Are You Over-Functioning?
Systems of Career Influences: A Conceptual Model for Evaluating the Professional Development of Women in Academic Medicine
Conflicting Messages: Examining the Dynamics of Leadership on Interprofessional Teams
Your Company's History as a Leadership Tool
How To Lead In Turbulent Times
Facilitating the Career and Leadership Development of Women: A Potent New Research Tool
MENTORING IN A MINUTE: Tips to enrich any mentoring relationship!
Mentors - assess gaps in Mentees professional development knowledge and look for training opportunities to address the issue.
Mentees - if you find a learning opportunity, discuss it with your Mentor, as they may know of one more appropriate for your current career needs and time constraints.
Why and When Does Mentoring Work: The Mediating and Moderating Effects on the Mentoring Functions-Job Satisfaction Relationship
Defining the Ideal Qualities of Mentorship: A Qualitative Analysis of the Characteristics of Outstanding Mentors
How To Be a Good Mentee
Love Letters: An Anthology of Constructive Relationship Advice Shared Between Junior Mentees and Their Mentors http://www.jgme.org/doi/pdf/10.4300/JGME-D-11-00304.1
Research Seminar Series - Co-sponsored with the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology - sessions take place Noon-1pm in the Lock Library (within OB/GYN), Watlington Hall, 4th Floor
- March 6, "High Resolution, Relational, Resonance-based Electroencephalic Mirroring (HIRREM) at WFBH: Overview and Initial Clinical Research"Charles Tegeler, MD, Neurology
- April 10, "The Menopausal Transition and Women's Health",Susan Appt, DVM, Primate Center
- May 8, "Are Hormones Neuroprotective",Sarah Berga, MD, PhD, Obstetrics & Gynecology
Event Audience: Open to all
Seating on a first come first served basis. Bring your own lunch. No registration required.
Monthly Family Shelter Drive: The Family Services Shelter in Winston-Salem is a place for abused women and their children to find safety, dignity, empathy, and a place to begin healing. OWIMS, in support of the Shelter, will be holding a monthly drive for requested items to provide to the clients as they begin rebuilding their lives. If you have questions about the drive, please contact Rita Groce at email@example.com or 713-5074. February Donations: toiletries.
View OWIMS RESEARCH Seminar Series
HerStories: Breast Cancer Narratives and Counter-Narratives.
March 1: Babcock Auditorium, WFU School of Medicine 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
March 2: Benson 401, Reynolda Campus 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sponsored by the WFU Humanities Institute, the interdisciplinary symposium is an opportunity for attendees to share academic and experiential knowledge and to engage in dialogue about breast cancer, specifically in relation to breast cancer narratives and narrative medicine. In addition to keynote addresses by Rita Charon (Columbia University), Kathryn Montgomery (Northwestern University) and Amy Boesky (Boston College), the symposium will feature faculty from Wake Forest's College of Arts and Science, the Medical Center, and the Center for BioEthics, Health and Society, as well as faculty from several other institutions. These faculty members will serve as participants on three panels: Breast Cancer Patients and Physicians, Theorizing Breast Cancer Narratives, and Breast Cancer & Performance Narratives. Contact Information: Dr. Mary Foskett firstname.lastname@example.org (336) 758-3073
22nd Annual Meeting of the TCRB at Duke University "Sponsored by Molecular Reproduction and Development"
March 1-2, 2013
Registration is now open: http://tcrb.org/
Journal of Women's Health: February 2013
Recent articles from the New England Journal of Medicine
- Religious Freedom and Women's Health - The Litigation on Contraception PDF
- Variant of TREM2 Associated with the Risk of Alzheimer's Disease PDF
- Levonorgestrel Intrauterine System - First-Line Therapy for Heavy Menstrual Bleeding PDF
- Diagnosis of Diabetes PDF
Society for Acupuncture Research 2013 Conference: Impact of Acupuncture Research on 21st Century Health Care
April 19-21, 2013, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Co-sponsored by: University of Michigan, Department of Anesthesiology and Program in Integrative Medicine
See www.acupunctureresearch.org for more details about the conference program as available.
The Acceptability of a Self-Lavaging Device Compared to Pelvic Examination for Cervical Cancer Screening Among Low-Income Women
Iron Deficiency Anemia in Women Across the Life Span