OWIMS Weekly Links & News - May 5-9

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LEADERSHIP & CAREER DEVELOPMENT

 

UPCOMING OWIMS LEADERSHIP & MENTORING EVENTS

 

Career Development For Women Leaders Training Program
May 9, 8am-5pm
Strategies for Creating & Sustaining Diversity
Event Audience: CDWL Fellows

Early Career Development Program for Women
May 12, 8am-5pm
Clinical Trials Budgets; Grant Budgets; Basic Finance; PeopleSoft Basics
Event Audience: ECDPW Fellows

Being Heard at the Leadership Table & Beyond
May 16, 8:30 am-3:30 pm
Susan Miller, PhD, CCC, Principal & Founder of Voicetrainer, LLC; Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology, Georgetown University Medical Center; and certified speech-language pathologist
Lunch provided.
Event Audience: OWIMS Mentees and ECDPW/CDWL Fellows
Dr. Miller specializes in presentation skills, refinement of the speaking voice, anxiety reduction, accent refinement and treatment of the injured voice.  For over 30 years she has helped professional speakers, radio and news personalities, and entertainers maximize their impact every time they speak. Dr. Miller writes and speaks about vocal power, vocal health, and communicating powerfully.
The workshop cost is $15 (checks made payable to WFHS).  Registration required.  RSVP to Natalie Barrett at nbarrett@wakehealth.edu by May 1.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST:

 

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.

Ban Bossy The Campaign highlights the difference in treatment between girls and boys when they assert leadership qualities and its impact. When a girl is labeled bossy, she is less willing to learn or speak up in class. The Campaign provides data and current news to encourage communities to ban the stereotype. http://banbossy.com/

What Not to Say to Your CEO About Diversity

Women Pitching the Same Exact Ideas As Men Still Get Less Funding From Venture Capitalists

Developing a Fellowship Curriculum in Women’s Gastrointestinal Health

Leadership for Transformational Learning: A Developmental Approach to Supporting Leaders' Thinking and Practice

Culture Matters: The Pivotal Role of Culture for Women’s Careers in Academic Medicine

Gender Differences in Publication Productivity, Academic Position, Career Duration, and Funding Among U.S. Academic Radiation Oncology Faculty

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MENTORING CORNER

 

ITEMS OF INTEREST:

Mentee's Interest in becoming a Peer Mentor as a Function of Perceived Quality of the Mentorship Experience.

Steps towards the Benchmarking of Coaches' Skills

Interns and Mentors' Evaluation of Workforce Knowledge and Skills and the Perceived Importance of these Skills in Engineering and Science Careers

The role of mentoring in academic career progression: a cross-sectional survey of the Academy of Medical Sciences mentoring scheme

The Mentor-Mentee Relationship An Intricate Dance

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OTHER EVENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS

 

Upcoming Sex Differences and Gender Medicine seminar

“Sex Differences in Stroke”
Cheryl Bushnell, MD
May 5, 5-6 pm in the Lock Library, OB/GYN, 4th 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

ITEMS OF INTEREST:

Mindfulness Meditation for Professional Women
Join like-minded women to practice free15-minute Mindfulness Meditation sessions guided by leaders in this field.
Dial in every Monday from May 5th to July 28th, 12:15-12:30 EST
Register at http://www.mindfulnessforwomen.eventbrite.com

Screening mammography saves lives - Canadian study 'not relevant to Australia'

Clinical and policy implications of intimate partner violence

Increased blood clot risk in women for at least 12 weeks after birth

Fewer HPV vaccine doses still protect against genital warts in girls

 

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