OWIMS Weekly Links & News - June 13-17

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Leadership Lessons Learned: North American Traveling Fellowship

June 21, Noon-1pm (brown bag lunch)
Presented by Anna Miller, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery; Assistant Director, Orthopaedic Trauma Service
Video conference is also available if unable to attend in person.  
Registration required and must be made by Friday, June 17th. 
Open to ALL faculty, residents, fellows, students and advance practice practitioners.

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Please mark your calendars now and join your colleagues in this singular opportunity that will inspire you, grow your professional network, and expand your thinking.
Learn Serve Lead 2016: The AAMC Annual Meeting
November 11-15 | Seattle
A community of present and future leaders of academic medicine—educators, learners, researchers, patient care providers, administrators, and health system leaders—will convene at the AAMC’s Learn Serve Lead 2016 to participate in more than 100 sessions on cross-cutting topics.
Registration for Learn Serve Lead 2016 opens in mid-June

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Silent Bias: Challenges, Obstacles, and Strategies for Leadership Development in Academic Medicine-Lessons From Oral Histories of Women Professors at the …

Changing the academic culture one goal at a time

Part-time Academic Male Physicians: A Call for Role Models

Dean's Committee on Women in Leadership Report and Recommendations

What Works: Gender Equality by Design

Stereotypes at work: Do women buy into them just as much as the next guy?

Women "Take Care," Men "Take Charge:" Stereotyping Of U.S. Business Leaders Exposed

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Key Tenets of Effective Surgery Leadership: Perspectives From the Society of Surgical Chairs Mentorship Sessions

Mentoring and Coaching

Managing, Mentoring, and Motivating Online Course Instructors: Emerging Roles for Chairs

A collaborative approach to developing successful mentoring programs: The case of William Angliss Institute

Developing Mentoring Competency: Does a One Session Training Workshop Have Impact?

From Nothing to Something: The Nuts and Bolts of Building a Mentoring Program in a Health Sciences College

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