OWIMS Weekly Links & News - July 18-22
SAVE THE DATE: Conflict Is Not a Dirty Word
September 19, 9:00-Noon OR 1-4:00 (repeat)
Networking lunch for AM & PM workshop
Presented by International Keynote/Motivational
Speaker, Corporate Trainer and Author, Debra Fox.
Ms. Fox will delve into the CONFLICT chapter of
her new book, Finding Your Moxie: Myths and Lies Successful Women
Kick to the Curb.
In person attendees, limited to 50 per
session, will receive a free copy of the book.
Video conference is also available if unable to
attend in person.
Please note your preference when registering
(required), by Sept 14, 2016. Register here: http://j.mp/28ROqDH
Event Audience: Women Faculty, Residents, Fellows, Postdoctoral Fellows,
Students and Advanced Practice Practitioners.
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Announcements from ELAM
A UK Columnist Suggested Female Doctors are Hurting the System.
They had the Perfect Response.
Women in Academic Medicine: Measuring Stereotype Threat Among
Higher Ed Spotlight: Pipelines, Pathways, and Institutional
Leadership: An Update on the Status of Women in Higher Education
Thoughts on Gender and Radical Candor
Are Good Managers Born or Made?
Retention of Women Faculty in Academia: Ensuring Success
Retaining Faculty in Academic Medicine: The Impact of
Career Development Programs for Women
New and Junior Faculty
Professional Development Through Mentoring
Novel C -
Change Faculty Mentoring Program for mid-career and senior medical school
faculty to be conducted on the Brandeis University campus.
It consists of quarterly two-day intensive sessions throughout the
year, starting January 2017. Registrants will leave the program with a detailed
career plan tailored specifically to their own values and professional goals,
and enhanced skills. To be accepted into the program, faculty should be
committed to attend all four sessions.
Only a small group of faculty (no more than 20) from all over the country is
Learn more at: http://www.brandeis.edu/cchange/2017FacultyMentoringProgram/index.html. The deadline is August 1.
RESEARCH & EDUCATION
SWHR To Co-host
National Conference On Women's Health Reseach: The Center for Women’s Health
Research at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is teaming up
with SWHR to host a national conference. The event will take place this
September and feature renowned experts in the field
NOW: “Sex Differences
Across the Lifespan: A Focus on Metabolism.”
Sexual Safety Planning as an HIV Prevention Strategy for
Survivors of Domestic Violence