OWIMS Weekly Links & News - July 15-19
UPCOMING OWIMS LEADERSHIP EVENTS
Career Development For Women Leaders Training Program
September 12, 8am-5pm
Event Audience: CDWL Fellows
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Free Webinar:Idea Machine: Inspiring Creative Ideas and Breakthroughs
July 18, 2013, 10:30-11:00 a.m. CST
Creativity is one of the most valuable and powerful resources in business today. Your success, and that of your organization, depends on having competitive business skills. Register Now
AAMC Diversity 3.0 Learning Series: Exploring Unconscious Bias in Academic Medicine
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Diversity Policy and Programs has also partnered with Cook Ross to develop a three-day intensive program, "Learning Lab on Unconscious Bias in the Health Professions." Led by Howard Ross, this training is designed specifically for administrators and faculty of academic medicine to dive deeper into the origins of unconscious bias and learn proven strategies and interventions for recognizing and preventing it in healthcare settings. The next Learning Lab takes place from July 23-25, 2013 and registration is open now.
Find out more and register here.
WFBMC Leadership Development Classes [internal links]
2013Minority Faculty Career Development Seminar
September 20-23, New Orleans, Louisiana
For the program agenda, meeting facts and registration material, visit the meeting website.
Register by August 16, 2013 to be eligible for the early bird rate.
K-Writers Coaching Group is designed for junior faculty who are preparing proposals for NIH K awards. Participation includes: submission of K application materials prior to the 2013 Minority Faculty Career Development Seminar; a full day pre-conference seminar (September 20th); and follow up virtual biweekly group meetings to facilitate ongoing review and discussion about proposals for a duration of 2-3 months depending on the participant's needs and interests. Participation in the Minority Faculty Career Development Seminar is not required to participate in the K-Writers Coaching Group. There is a separate application and registration fee for this program, click here for more information. The application deadline for the coaching group is August 9.
MedEdPORTAL® is a free online service provided by the Association of American Medical Colleges, which aims to equip healthcare professionals across the continuum with effective and efficient educational tools to improve patient care. The program recently released a brief video which describes its three services - Publications, iCollaborative and the CE Directory. Visit www.mededportal.org/about to view the video and share with others!
GWIMS/COD is accepting abstracts for Poster Session at the AAMC Annual Meeting
November 3, 2013 in Philadelphia, PA
The meeting theme is "The Change Imperative," and the poster session theme is "Women in Medicine and Science: Collaboration in a Time of Change." Please read the full call for submissions www.aamc.org/members/gwims.
Queen Bee or Mother Hen: The Contradictory Images of Professional Women
"What's She Doing Here?" How to Deal with the Legitimacy Double Bind
What Drives Ambition - and Are You Going Too Far?
HR Pipeline: A Roadmap for Your Development
It's Not Women Who Should Lean In; It's Men Who Should Step Back
Givers vs. Takers: The Surprising Truth about Who Gets Ahead
Check Your Connections: Is Your Social Network Strong?
Sponsors Seen as Crucial for Women's Career Advancement
UPCOMING OWIMS MENTORING EVENTS
After Hours Mentoring Journal Club
July 25, 5:30 - 7:00 PM, 5 Points Restaurant (formerly Big Shotz/Buena Vista Grille), 109 S. Stratford Rd
Moderated by Dr. Daniel Rukstalis, Professor, Department of Urology
Event Audience: All OWIMS Mentoring Program participants
OWIMS is hosting an educational social event and we would like you to join us for a lively discussion about a timely topic! The article "Mentoring as an Antidote to Stress During Corporate Trauma", by Kathy E. Kram and Douglas T. Hall, is a "…study of mentoring as a potentially valuable resource for learning and coping with major organizational change."Please join us to learn and discuss how mentoring can help alleviate stress by creating social support and how it is an effective way to promote professional development during times of sweeping change in the workplace.
Food and beverage available for purchase at restaurant. Seating is limited. To reserve a seat & get a link to the article, please RSVP to Diana Cornelison email@example.com or 3-4222 by 7/24/13
Ways to Be a Better Mentor to Younger Staff
Use APIC's mentoring program to take your profession to the next level
Newsflash: Pediatric Residency and Medical School Can't Teach Everything
Toward a Conceptual Model of Mentoring Research: Integration with Self-Regulated Learning
Recognizing diverse forms of scholarship in the modern medical college
Multiple Learning Approaches in the Professional Development of School Leaders-Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Findings on Self-assessment and Feedback
ITEMS OF INTEREST:
Journal of Women's Health: Volume: 22, Number: 7, July 2013 View this Issue Online
N. C. Abortion Bill: State Senate Votes On Restrictive Measure
Measuring Medical Student Attitudes and Beliefs Regarding Patients Who Are Obese
Embedding Concepts of Sex and Gender Health Differences into Medical Curricula
Participation in university-based research centers: Is it helping or hurting researchers?
Is It Too Cold to "Lean In"? Women In STEM:
Public Workshop: The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH)
Health of Women (HoW) Program Launch: Educate, Enable, Enlist and Explore -
HoW to Improve the Health of Women, June 24-25, 2013
Register online at: http://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/NewsEvents/
Lifestyle Changes Can Help Prevent Cancer In Women But Do They Follow The Recommendations?
Domestic Violence Reported By 1 In 6 Women At Fracture Clinics
Many Mothers In Under-Developed Countries Don't Understand Why Their Newborns Are Hospitalized
Malignant Cells Not Directly Targeted By Hormonal Treatment For Endometrial Cancer
Mental Health Services Inadequate For Survivors Of Intimate Partner Violence