Links of Interest
#MeToo in Medicine: Women, harassed in hospitals and operating rooms, await reckoning
WFU Women’s Center Event: ‘me too.’ Movement, an evening with Tarana Burke, founder of the movement and TIME Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People” April cover, for her work supporting women and girls of color who have experienced sexual abuse and assault. At her talk, she will explore the genesis of this work as well as the culture-changing #metoo moment. The event will take place at Wake Forest University's Wait Chapel on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 6 pm. The event is free and open to the public.
The impact and effectiveness of faculty development program in fostering the faculty's knowledge, skills, and professional competence: A systematic review and meta …
Fifty years of mentoring and advising
A publication about the WIMS Mentoring Program:
Barriers to Career Flexibility in Academic Medicine: A Qualitative Analysis of Reasons for the Underutilization of Family-Friendly Policies, and Implications for Institutional Change and Department Chair Leadership.
Significant pay gaps persist among minority and female physicians: 6 things to know
How Coaching Can Help
He Keeps Calling Us 'Females'
Changing the Culture of Academic Medicine: Critical Mass or Critical Actors?
Career Development Awards in Emergency Medicine: Resources and Challenges
Mentoring: An Evolving Relationship
Are Female Applicants Disadvantaged in National Institutes of Health Peer Review? Combining Algorithmic Text Mining and Qualitative Methods to Detect Evaluative Differences in R01 Reviewers' Critiques
Want to Be a Successful Leader? Try Changing Your Voice
Mentoring Reflected through the Eyes of Ph. D. Students: Motivations and the Features of Mentoring