Women in Medicine & Science Resources

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Resource Description Eligibility Fee* Information
WIMS Peer Mentoring Villages The purpose of the Villages is to provide a forum for discussion of the issues and opportunities impacting faculty, especially women, and to foster networks and support. All (some villages limited to faculty who identify as women) $ https://facultyaffairs.med.ufl.edu/faculty-resources/women-in-medicine-and-science-wims/wims-villages/
WIMS Seminar Series WIMS hosts monthly seminars on topics related to personal and professional development and fulfillment.  Al  No https://facultyaffairs.med.ufl.edu/upcoming-events/faculty-development-seminar-series/
WIMS Facebook Group This private Facebook Group is a space for women faculty to share personal news and accomplishments, challenges, ideas, and articles of interest. It is a place to crowd-source advice and receive encouragement and support! Faculty who identify as women No Contact: hamleen@ufl.edu to be added to the group or click on the link below:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/2388668704736565/

 

Association for Academic Women AAW endeavors to serve professional women with programming, such as our Women of Influence series, which inspires and connects us one to another; we cover a variety of topics from negotiating salary increases and promotion to retirement talks across the age spectrum and career stages. All $ https://sites.google.com/site/academicwomenufl/
UF Women’s Connection The Mission of The Woman’s Connection is: To create an environment of life-long learning that empowers, nourishes and strengthens women.
The Woman’s Connection meets the fourth Tuesday of every month. Each month a speaker shares a topic relevant to the myriad of issues women face today. 
All no Location. St Leo University, Gainesville Education Center
4650 NW 39th Place | Gainesville, FL 32606
Email. lbrown@dce.ufl.edu
UF American Medical Women’s Association The student division of the American Medical Women’s Association is committed to advocating for and supporting the interests of female medical students. AMWA has been representing the needs and efforts of medical women since 1915 at a time when female physicians were a considerably underrepresented minority. As the number of women in medicine continues to grow, AMWA has been addressing many pressing issues facing women in health care and our UF chapter hopes to continue do so through discussion luncheons, workshops, and camaraderie.

 

UF COM Students no https://mcc.med.ufl.edu/organizations/amwa/

 

UF COM Women in Medicine & Science The Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development hosts presentations and programs to assist female faculty achieve maximum career success. Faculty no Contact: hamleen@ufl.edu

to be added to the listserve

AAMC Group for Women in medicine & Science The Group on Women in Medicine and Science (GWIMS) advances the full and successful participation and inclusion of women within academic medicine by addressing gender equity, recruitment and retention, awards and recognition, and career advancement. Faculty no https://www.aamc.org/members/gwims/

 

* Regarding fees:  no= free services available; ($)= discounted services available; $=services require a fee (insurance may be accepted)