OWIMS Weekly Links & News - July 21-25

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LEADERSHIP & CAREER DEVELOPMENT

 

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ITEMS OF INTEREST:

Positions Announcements from ELAM

Center for Creative Leadership e-Newsletter: July 2014

Inclusive Leadership: The View From Six Countries

The 5th Way to Level the Playing Field in Science

The Faculty Administrator

Women Are Underrepresented as College Chiefs but May Get Higher Pay

Women falling off the glass cliff: When leaning in is not enough

The Gender Gap in Academic Medicine: Comparing Results from a Multi-Faceted Intervention for Stanford Faculty to Peer and National Cohorts

Perceptions of Skill Development of Participants in Three National Career Development Programs for Women Faculty in Academic Medicine

Stuck in the Out-Group: Jennifer Can't Grow Up, Jane's Invisible, and Janet's Over the Hill

Why Women Fail To Speak Up At High-Level Meetings, And What Everyone Can Do About It

Not So Equal at Home

Race, Gender and Academic Jobs

My Continuing Administrative Adventure

What Midlife Women Want from Gynecologists: A Survey of Patients in Specialty and Private Practices

Building the Talent Pipeline: Developing Your Networking Skills within Your Organization   

Manage Your Work, Manage Your Life 

The Introverted Boss: How to Make Your Personality Work to Your Advantage 

Green Line

 

MENTORING CORNER

ITEMS OF INTEREST:

 

Early Career Mentoring for Translational Researchers: Mentee Perspectives on Challenges and Issues 

Relating Mentor Type and Mentoring Behaviors to Academic Medicine Faculty Satisfaction and Productivity at One Medical School  

Mentoring program design and implementation in new medical schools 

Mentor to Muse: The Lived Experiences of African American Female Mentors

Life as a Mentor

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OTHER EVENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS

 

ITEMS OF INTEREST:

Journal of Women’s Health: July 2014

FWW Research Awards: FWW Research Awards target early funding for small, short-term studies with promise for improving medical knowledge in women's health with emphasis on cardiovascular disease, top female cancers, the role of hormones in disease and stage-of-life health issues such as pregnancy and menopause and topics disproportionately affecting women.  This may include disease prevention and/or treatment; identifying gender differences; and/or improving quality of life health concerns.  For more information and to apply please go to: http://thefww.org/research-awards/Due August, 15th.

FWW Fellowship Awards: To improve women's health we must invest in the future.  FWW's Fellowship Awards recognize and support MD/PhD students and junior investigators (fellows, residents, assistant researchers) working at accredited U.S. medical institutions on women's health related research. For more information and to apply please go to:   http://thefww.org/fellowship-awards/. Due August, 15th.

The anti-inflammatory effect of aspirin reduced in African American women

Midwives 'crucial for saving lives of expectant mothers and their newborns'

Prevalence of gestational diabetes mellitus among U.S. women

Researchers find no link between soy food and endometrial cancer risk

Some older women taking calcium and vitamin D supplements may need to reduce the dose

Scientists discover muscular 'switch' that controls birth contractions

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