OWIMS Weekly Links & News - January 20-24

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LEADERSHIP & CAREER DEVELOPMENT 

UPCOMING OWIMS LEADERSHIP & MENTORING EVENTS

Career Development For Women Leaders Training Program
February 13, 8am-5pm (bad weather back-up date: February 20)
Being Heard at the Leadership Table & Beyond
Event Audience: CDWL Fellows

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ITEMS OF INTEREST:

Practice Experiences and Preceptor Behaviours in Pharmacy Education

An advisory program for first-and second-year medical students: the Weill Cornell experience

Pediatric Resident Education in Quality Improvement (QI): A National Survey

The interpersonal skills of recent US entrants to the field of healthcare management

Preparation of faculty members and students to be citizen leaders and pharmacy advocates

Positions Announcements: University of Louisville Health Sciences Center, position announcement, chief, Division of General Internal Medicine, Palliative Medicine, and Medical Education

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MENTORING CORNER

JANUARY IS NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH 

OWIMS would like to thank the dedicated faculty members who are currently serving as mentors in our Mentoring Program for Women Junior Faculty.   

MENTORING IN A MINUTE: Tips to enrich any mentoring relationship!

Mentees -don't be afraid to ask for what you want! The most effective mentoring relationships occur when you are proactive and provide the momentum for the work you're doing with your mentor. Just remember to be considerate of your mentor's time.

Mentors - be available, physically & mentally, for your mentee. If time demands get to be too much, have a constructive conversation to revisit agreed upon meeting parameters. 

ITEMS OF INTEREST:

Personal Perspective on Mentoring   

A qualitative study of mentoring and career progression among junior medical doctors

The Mentor 

Mentoring and the Career Satisfaction of Male and Female Academic Medical Faculty

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OTHER EVENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS

ITEMS OF INTEREST:

Women of color not so well-informed about incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse 

Young maternal age and quick pregnancies linked to high infant mortality in South Asia

Diets of obese women affected by additional calories from soft drinks 

Higher breastfeeding rates likely with early skin-to-skin contact 

Study reveals depression to be a key link between intimate partner violence and food insecurity 

Conflicting criteria clarified for diagnosing polycystic ovary syndrome 

Sleep apnea may hold hidden dangers for women 

Lupus a greater risk for young, black women with more life-threatening complications 

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