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GFA Faculty Life Cycle Series (Part 2): Addressing the Growing Population of Women Breadwinners in Medicine and Science
In this video, the Group on Women in Medicine and Science collaborated with the Group on Faculty Affairs to bring our communities Part 2 of the Faculty Lifecycle Webinar series: Addressing the Growing Population of Women Breadwinners in Medicine and Science. The Webinar is Part 2 of 5 in a series of pieces organized by the GFA, that aim to address issues and solve real problems for academic medical faculty.

Webinar description and objectives: The roles for women in medicine and science are changing. There is much deserved discussion about increasing the number of women in leadership as well as in traditionally male-dominated specialties and science fields. A topic that has received little attention in this field are the needs of the woman who is the primary breadwinner. During this webinar our moderator, Dr. Linda Chaudron and author of the The Richer Sex, Liza Mundy explore this topic around a few key questions:

  • What are the roles of the breadwinner and how are our definitions changing?
  • What are the needs of junior women who are the primary breadwinner?
  • How do institutional leaders respond to this topic to create supportive environments and policies?

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AAMC Learn, Serve, Lead Annual Meeting 2015: Achieving and Maintaining Salary Equity

At AAMC Learn, Serve, Lead 2015, GWIMS organized a session exploring the benefits and challenges to implementing systems that promote salary equity at academic medical institutions. The topics covered in the session range from the barriers and benefits to conducting a salary equity study, what to do with collected data, as well as how to maintain salary equity overtime. In the session speakers Vivian Lee, Renee Navarro, Elizabeth Travis, and Cynthia Walker reflected on their experiences and explain how these practices work at the individual, institutional, and system-wide level.



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The State of Women in Academic Medicine Report

Did you know only 22% of full professors are women? Find out more in the State of Women in Academic Medicine Report.