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  • Empowering Diversity in Science: Gender in Academia and Publishing

    • Feb 15, 2021

    Angewandte Chemie and Chemistry Europe will host the virtual symposium "Empowering Diversity in Science: Gender in Academia and Publishing" as a part of the IUPAC Global Women's Breakfast initiative on 25 February 2021. Find out more and register now!

  • When Racism Comes to Class: Social–Emotional Learning Lessons From Jane Elliott

    • Jan 15, 2021
    • Wiley Advancement Courses

    Read about Jane Elliott’s experiment: a rich example of how to help students understand the experiences and feelings of others. This explores the details and history of the experiment.

  • The Wonder Woman Group - Diversity Discussion - Building the Talent Pipeline

    • Dec 15, 2020

    The Wonder Woman Group, launched in 2016 by Dr Stephani Mason, recently convened virtually to strategize about how best to build the talent pipeline in diversity for unrepresented students pursuing business degrees and PhDs.

  • Math and Science Mavens: Female STEM Role Models

    • Nov 23, 2020
    • Wiley Advancement Courses

    Some of the most influential ideas in our modern era have come from the STEM disciplines, and women have been integral to transforming these ideas into world-changing discoveries and inventions.

  • WEBINAR: Microaggressions and Implicit Bias: Anti-Bias Strategies for Targets, Allies, And Bystanders

    • Oct 21, 2020
    • The Wiley Network

    Dr. Derald Sue discusses the key points from his most recent book, Microintervention Strategies: What Targets, Allies, Parents, Teachers, and Bystanders Can Do to Eliminate Racism.

  • Obituary: Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    • Oct 7, 2020
    • Allison Joyner and Christina Wood

    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second woman ever to serve on the high court, passed away on Sept. 19 from complications of metastatic cancer of the pancreas. She was 87.

  • The “Othering” of Disease: Xenophobia During Past Pandemics

    • Sep 22, 2020
    • The Wiley Network / Claire O'Neill

    The global COVID-19 pandemic has raised significant issues that transcend medicine and health, illuminating a long history of racial fears and anxieties that have been a common framework through which people evaluate concerns around global viruses.

  • INFOGRAPHIC: Evaluating Workplace Equity in Scholarly Publishing

    • Sep 17, 2020
    • The Wiley Network / Anna Ehler

    A new study shows that scholarly publishers need to address a gap between the goals of their diversity, equity, and inclusion organizational policies and the lived experiences of people working in the industry

  • Obituary: John Lewis

    • Sep 8, 2020
    • Allison Joyner

    Many aspire to leave this world a better place than they found it. Only a few – like civil rights icon and congressman John Lewis – succeed.

  • Strategies for Doing the Right Something in Times of Racial Injustice

    • Sep 2, 2020
    • Joy Gaston Gayles and Ashley M. Gray

    Recent acts of police brutality leading to the murders of Black men and women across the country have raised the collective social consciousness about race in America on a global scale. For the first time in a long time, people seem to be genuinely concerned about how to eradicate racism and anti-blackness.

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    How Generational Models Influence Gender Diversity in University Leadership

    • Aug 26, 2020
    • Dr Paula Burkinshaw and Dr Kate White

    There are many models used by different generations of women to describe their research leadership in higher education (HE), and each impacts their careers and career ambitions differently.

  • 9 things every health care leader should know about compensation

    • Aug 17, 2020
    • Julie K. Silver

    Discussions about compensation, particularly when they are focused on disparities for women and other people who identify with one or more underrepresented groups, often elicit strong emotions from those involved.

  • Getting the most from all physician leaders

    • Aug 17, 2020
    • Mark Hertling

    During a four-decade career in the Army, I trained for and practiced the art of leadership while commanding at various levels. It was a rewarding career, filled with interesting people, a variety of cultures, and dynamic challenges.

  • Create the life in medicine that works for you

    • Aug 17, 2020
    • Nisha Mehta

    Nearly 40% of female physicians cut back clinically or leave medicine entirely within their first five years of finishing training (Paturel, 2019). This statistic is staggering and poses real policy issues when considering the worsening physician shortage, particularly now that women comprise a little more than half of currently enrolled medical students.

  • Follow this roadmap to set up your private practice

    • Aug 17, 2020
    • Krishna Jain

    The world of medicine continues to change. In a 2018 American Medical Association (AMA) survey, 47.4% of the physicians were employed by various health organizations, while 45.9% owned their own practice. Ten percent of physicians were employed by physicians owned practices. Overall, 54% of physicians worked in a practice owned by physicians (AMA, 2019).

  • Coronavirus: Calling on women in medicine to lead in place

    • Aug 17, 2020
    • Neelum T. Aggarwal

    At the 2019 Women in Medicine (WIM) Summit held in Chicago, I delivered a breakout session encouraging women physicians to expand their leadership skills by actively participating in professional organizations that may not be traditional to their respective areas of specialty. The goal of my presentation was to argue that networking within your specialty (medicine) with colleagues that are similar to you, your goals, career trajectories, will not be enough as you move through your career.

  • Understand the basics of trust for leadership success

    • Aug 17, 2020
    • Omayra Mansfield

    We know that individuals with strong trusting relationships live longer, healthier lives, and have a greater sense of fulfillment and peace. Professional environments with high levels of trust have greater employee satisfaction, lower rates of turnover, and in the clinical setting, demonstrate better clinical outcomes and higher levels of teamwork.

  • A surgeon’s approach to ergonomic modifications in the OR

    • Aug 17, 2020
    • Audrey Tsao and Marissa Pentico

    The challenges female surgeons experience with using surgical instruments that have historically been designed for use by male surgeons with taller, stronger physiques — and often larger-sized hands — have been well documented (Sutton, et al, 2014).

  • Follow these 5 steps to develop a mentoring team

    • Aug 17, 2020
    • Ruth Gotian

    Those who are mentored outperform and out earn those who are not (Eby, et al, 2008). They get promoted more often and report lower burnout rates. However, having just one mentor is limiting. Having a team of mentors puts you in charge of your future.