12:00pm - 1:00pm|
DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE GRAND ROUNDS
Why Jack and Greg are More Likely to
Become Department Chair than Jill or Jamal
Molly Carnes, MD, MS
Departments of Medicine, Psychiatry,
and Industrial & Systems Engineering
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dr. Carnes is the Jean Manchester Biddick Professor of Women's Health Research and Director of the Center for Women's Health Research at the UW.
Additionally, she Director of the VA Women's Health Program and co-Director of the Women in Science and Engineering Leadership Institute (WISELI) in
the College of Engineering. Dr. Carnes received her medical degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo and completed her residency, geriatric
fellowship, and master's in epidemiology at the UW-Madison. Dr. Carnes's research focuses on how cultural stereotypes influence judgments and decision-making
in ways that constrain opportunities for careers in academic medicine, science, and engineering for women and individuals from other groups that have not
historically been well represented in these areas -- particularly at the leadership level.
At the conclusion of this presentation participants should be able to:
1. Identify two evidence-based strategies that can help break the bias habit if practiced on a regular basis.
2. Describe two ways female residents can mitigate the "fear of backlash" that might occur when needing
to lead cardiopulmonary resuscitation events in a directive manner.
|Location: ||Class of 62 Auditorium, Kornberg Medical Research Building|
Posted by: Mary Lou Beagan, Medicine, 14-Dec-17 5:45pm ET