OWIMS Weekly Links & News - January 27-31

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LEADERSHIP & CAREER DEVELOPMENT 

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ITEMS OF INTEREST:

11 Expert Tips To Help You Be More Productive In 2014

The Secret to Succeeding at Absolutely Everything The article provides advice on how to learn from failures and find success. http://www.wisebread.com/the-secret-to-succeeding-at-absolutely-everything

Got an Alpha Boss? The Secrets to a Healthy Relationship The article identifies an alpha boss and provides tips on how to create a successful working partnership with the person. http://www.thedailymuse.com/careeradvice/got-an-alpha-boss-the-secrets-to-a-healthy-relationship/

Job Protection Isn't Enough The article explores the reasons why few workers use Family & Medical Leave.
http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/labor/report/2013/12/12/80889/job-protection-isnt-enough/

The University of Toronto Centre for Faculty Development, New and Emerging Academic Leaders (NEAL) Program is accepting applications for the 2014-2015 class! 
Academic leaders are often promoted into roles based on their academic expertise with little, if any, leadership development.  The NEAL program is specifically designed to fill that gap. They are inviting applications from individuals, both nationally and internationally, with faculty appointments in Faculties of Medicine or Health Sciences who have academic leadership roles and/or responsibilities. For more information review their brochure: http://www.cfd.med.utoronto.ca/programs/NEAL_Brochure7.pdf  The deadline is April 22, 2014 (for early bird tuition rate) and June 2, 2014 (final deadline).

GWIMS Watch Quarterly Newsletter: Winter 2014

Academic Medicine: Current Issue: December 2013; January 2014 

Articles from Women in Higher Education:http://www.wihe.com/default.jsp 

Positions Announcements from ELAM 

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.

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MENTORING CORNER

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

Effective mentors positively help set & get goals by focusing on positive outcomes, identifying gaps in mentee's training, building on mentee's strengths and empowering them. Mentors also assist with action planning and follow up regularly to review progress and help mentee plan their next moves.

ITEMS OF INTEREST: 

Interventions to Address Challenges Associated with the Transition from Residency Training to Independent Surgical Practice

Mentoring, coaching and action learning: interventions in a national clinical leadership development programme

Monitoring Resident Progress Through Mentored Portfolios

A Model for Improving Scholarly Activity for Pediatrics Residents

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OTHER EVENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS

ITEMS OF INTEREST:

"A Role for Glucocorticoids in Stress-impaired Reproduction : Beyond the Hypothalamus and Pituitary"
Shannon Whirledge, PhD, IRTA Fellow, NIEHS Molecular Endocrinology Group
Monday, February 17, 2013, 5:00-6:00 pm, Lock Library in OB/GYN, 4th Floor Watlington
Sponsored by: Regenerative Medicine, Comparative Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, School of Medicine Offices of Women's Health Research and Women in Medicine and Science, and the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Office of Women's Health

Women in Biomedical Careers: NIH Updates on Women in Science: Volume VI, Issue 3: PDF Document

Recent articles from the New England Journal of Medicine

  • Contraception at Risk PDF
  • Diagnostic Criteria for Nonviable Pregnancy PDF
  • Physicians and the (Woman's) Body Politic: Alicia Beltran's Kafka-esque pregnancy experience is part of an ongoing struggle in which pregnant women and their physicians are marked for intense attention by legislators and judges acting as arbiters of medical knowledge despite a lack of expertise or detachment. PDF
  • Prenatal Whole-Genome Sequencing - Is the Quest to Know a Fetus's Future Ethical? PDF
  • Body-Mass Index and Mortality among Adults with Incident Type 2 Diabetes PDF
  • Prevention of Preterm Parturition PDF
  • Planned Cesarean or Vaginal Delivery for Twin Pregnancy PDF

Breastfeeding & Feminism International Conference: Forging Partnerships for a Better Tomorrow
March 20-21, 2014, Chapel Hill, NC
For information visit: www.breastfeedingandfeminism.org   

Fibroids have significant impact on quality of life, workplace performance 

Over 60% of women aged 35 to 45 in England feel stigmatised for not having had children 

New moms with postnatal depression offered help over the internet 

Protecting babies from HIV infection through protein in breast milk 

Women may be stopping IVF treatment prematurely 

Women with common forms of incontinence harbor varying bladder bacteria 

IVF donors increase in US, alongside better birth outcomes 

Phase 3 trial of 1-year contraceptive vaginal ring shows positive results

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