Early Career Women in Academic Medicine
7:30-9 PT/10:30-12 ET
5-6:30 PT/8-9:30 ET
Instructor: Joan Fleishman, PsyD
Those early years as faculty in academic medicine can feel like a juggling act. The pressure to participate in clinical, scholarly, and educational activities can feel overwhelming. There are often many “supposed tos” and shoulds” flying around in your head. And you have your own GOALS too!
We will focus on allowing space to explore how to navigate your path in the academic medicine environment. How to do this while staying true to you, having your voice heard, and unpacking the real struggles women face. We will work on accessing your own internal knowing and draw from the group intuition, empathy, and strength to offer support and reflection.
This group is open to anyone who identifies as female in their first 10 years in academic medicine.
This is a live, online video class. To ensure the best possible experience for all participants, the program relies on video conferencing. Minimum requirements include a computer with speakers, microphone, and video capabilities, as well as a high-speed internet connection. You can also review the system requirements for the Zoom online meeting platform.
Step 1: Let Us Know You are Interested
Registration is a two-step process. Send us a note expressing your interest. If you decide to take the course you will hold your spot by with your payment closer to the course date. Thank you!
Step 2: Register for the course
Take the next step. Registering here with payment will reserve your spot. Your coach or instructor will be in touch with a welcome e-mail and additional details. Should you have additional questions before registering, please contact us directly .