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AAMC Mailing Lists

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AAMC mailing lists are available for sharing valuable information and resources with our member institutions and constituents.

Resources

Women in Academic Medicine Statistics

This bi-annual survey examines women representation in accredited U.S. medical schools.
Statistics and Medical School Benchmarking

GWIMS Toolkit

The GWIMS Toolkit is a series of presentations designed to provide practical guidance on a variety of topics relevant to women faculty in academic medicine. Each presentation provides an overview of the topic, relevant best practices, tips on implementation, and useful references for more information. We encourage you to share these resources with interested colleagues at your organization.
GWIMS Toolkit

Webinars

A collection of webinars on topics relating to the issues commonly experienced by women in academic medicine and science.
Webinars

Additional Resources

Women's Specialty Societies

A listing of women's specialty societies and specialty societies with women's groups or committees. If you know of additional women's specialty societies, please submit a link to their website to gwims@aamc.org.
Women's Specialty Societies

Local WIMS Offices and Programs

See what local WIMS offices are doing across the country by checking out our list of local WIMS websites.
Local WIMS Offices and Programs

Additional Organizations Advancing Women in Medicine and Science

A list of organizations, programs and online resources that are working toward advancing women in medicine and science.
Additional Resources

Recommended Reading

Academic Medicine ® Collection on Women in Medicine and Science
We invite you to browse this collection of articles and reports published in Academic Medicine that are focused on the careers, advancement, mentoring, and leadership of women at medical schools.

GWIMS Recommended Reading List
A list of readings that cover a variety of topics relevant to women in academic medicine and science.

Additional Resources from the AAMC

Academic Physician and Scientist
Popular career development articles from Academic Physician & Scientist, 2005-2010.

Analysis in Brief
AiB presents recent findings from the AAMC's data collection and research activities in a concise, easy-to-read report. Published several times a year, it addresses a wide range of topics and trends that affect medical schools and teaching hospitals.

Faculty Roster
This database generates tables on the annual distribution of U.S. medical school faculty by department, school, rank, ethnicity, degree, gender, primary specialty, and tenure status. The trend data includes: gender and ethnicity of U.S. medical school faculty; U.S. medical school faculty members by degree and department; and tenure status of U.S. medical school faculty members by degree and department. For more information, email Hershel Alexander, Ph.D., at halexander@aamc.org.

Faculty Salary Survey Reports (AAMC Account required)
Allows individuals affiliated with AAMC-member institutions and other AAMC constituents to access faculty salary report tables. These tables are identical to the tables in the AAMC annual report on medical school faculty salaries. For more information, email Stefanie Wisniewski at swisniewski@aamc.org.

Faculty Vitae Articles
Articles from the AAMC's professional development resource for faculty at medical schools and teaching hospitals.

Finding Top Talent: How to Search for Leaders in Academic Medicine
Finding Top Talent presents innovative ideas and promising practices to help medical schools and teaching hospitals recruit the best leaders for the future. The premise of this book is that process is the key to every successful search.

FAMOUS (AAMC Sign in and active GWIMS member status required)
The Faculty Administrative Management Online User System (FAMOUS) is a Web-based report writing tool that enables users to view aggregate reports on medical school faculty members and chairs, using data from the AAMC Faculty Roster. There are many institution-specific and national reports that can be generated, such as retention reports, promotion reports, alumni reports, department reports, rank reports, demographic reports, and educational reports.

CareerConnect

CareerConnect

The AAMC’s online job board for employers and job seekers in academic medicine


Join the GWIMS Conversation

See what we've been talking about by visiting our Storify page.


The State of Women in Academic Medicine Report

Did you know only 21% of full professors are women? Find out more in the State of Women in Academic Medicine Report.