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WIMHS provides a number of important resources to support the careers of women in health sciences and promotes a flexible and inclusive environment, including the following:
- A dedicated brochure summarizing the school’s family-friendly and career-flexibility policies for work/life balance to help faculty with caregiving, family care and other extracurricular demands
- A blog site to share perspective and topics of interest to our faculty and students and trainees (blog.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/wimhs)
- A Facebook site to share opportunities, national topics of interest to women in health sciences, and celebrate the successes of our women in health sciences
- AAMC Tool Kits and other helpful resources
Need an informal meeting space?
Shared meeting space available weekdays 8:00 am - 5:00 pm for 10 - 12 individuals. Please note, the space is simply meeting space, no AV equipment is available. Please contact Rebecca Moncada for more information.
Click here to review the Women in Medicine and Health Sciences brochure.
Capital Resource Network (CRN) extends a personalized welcome to newly recruited employees. Each new-hire referred to the Capital Resource Network receives one-on-one attention and support specific to the relocation needs of their entire family. Recommendations and customized services are outlined based on the initial-consult and the "intake" interview conducted upon referral. Capital Resource Network helps the client at their own pace over the course of approximately 20 hours of service within a six month period.
Capital Resource Network is a fee for service program that provides dual career support, family integration and resources to new employees relocating to the region. These services aim to ease the transition for newly relocated hires and their families during their relocation.
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Harassment & Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program at UC Davis supports the University's commitment to a harassment and discrimination-free work and learning environment. To discuss a discrimination or harassment concern, please contact:
Harassment, Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program (HDAPP)
2730 Stockton Blvd - Ticon III, Room 2200
916.734-5335 or 530.747-3864
Anonymous Call Line: 734-2255 Website: http://hdapp.ucdavis.edu/
Mid-Career Women Faculty Professional Development Seminar
Dec. 2-5, 2017
The Westin Kierland Resort and Spa, Scottsdale, Ariz.
Click here for additional details
AAMC Group on Diversity and Inclusion (GDI) & Group on Women in Medicine and Science (GWIMS) Professional Development Conference
May 4-7, 2017
Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa, Palm Springs, California
- Developing Diverse Leaders at Academic Health Centers: A Prerequisite to Quality Health Care? (PDF)
American Journal of Medical Quality 1-3, October 13, 2017
- Barriers to Career Flexibility in Academic Medicine: A Qualitative Analysis of Reasons for the Underutilization of Family-Friendly Policies, and Implications for Institutional Change and Department Chair Leadership (PDF)
Academic Medicine, Vol. 20, No. 10 / 20 2017
- Ideal Worker and Academic Professional Identity: Perspectives from a Career Flexibility Educational Intervention (PDF)
American Journal of Medicine, Vol. 130, No. 9 1117-1125 / September 2017
Where Are the Women? The Underrepresentation of Women Physicians Among Recognition Award Recipients From Medical Specialty Societies (PDF)
Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Vol. 9, No. 8 804-815 / August 2017
- Women's Careers in Biomedical Sciences: Implications for the Economy, Scientific Discovery, and Women's Health (PDF)
Journal of Women's Health, Vol. 26, No. 5 / 2017
- Evaluating a Medical School's Climate for Women's Success: Outcomes for Faculty Recruitment, Retention, and Promotion (PDF)
Journal of Women's Health, Vol. 26, No. 5 / 2017
- Retention of Women Faculty in Academia: Ensuring Success (PDF)
Journal of Women’s Health, Vol. 25, No. 7 / 2016
- The Role of Compensation Criteria to Minimize Face-Time Bias and Support Faculty Career Flexibility: An Approach to Enhance Career Satisfaction in Academic Pathology (PDF)
Academic Pathology, Vol. 3:1-9 / 2016
- Do Family Responsibilities and a Clinical Versus Research Faculty Position Affect Satisfaction with Career and Work/Life Balance for Medical School Faculty? (PDF)
Journal of Women’s Health, Vol. 24, No. 6 / 2015
- Gender Differences in Experiences of K-Awardees Beyond Space, Resources and Science (PDF)
Journal of General Internal Medicine, Vol. 30, No. 4 / 2015
- The Underrepresentation of Women in Leadership Positions at U.S. Medical Schools (PDF)
Academic Medicine Analysis In Brief, Vol. 15, No. 2 / February 2015
- The Women in Medicine and Health Science Program: An Innovative Initiative to Support Female Faculty at the University of California Davis School of Medicine (PDF)
Academic Medicine, Vol. 89, No. 11 / November 2014
- How Men Can Excel as Mentors of Women (PDF)
Academic Medicine, Vol. 89, No. 8 / August 2014
- Improving Knowledge, Awareness, and Use of Flexible Career Policies through an Accelerator Intervention at the University of California, Davis, School of Medicine (PDF)
Academic Medicine, Vol. 88, No. 6 / 2013
- Generational and Gender Perspectives on Career Flexibility: Ensuring the Faculty Workforce of the Future (PDF)
American Journal of Medicine, Vol. 125, No. 7 / July 2012
- Difficult Issues in Mentoring: Recommendations on Making the “Undiscussable” Discussable (PDF)
Academic Medicine, Vol. 86, No. 10 / October 2011
- Career Flexibility and Family-Friendly Policies: An NIH Funded Study to Enhance Woman's Careers in Biomedical Sciences (PDF)
Journal of Women's Health, Vol. 20, No. 10 / 2011
- Under the Plane Tree - Celebrating Our Founding Women in Medicine, Presenting the UC Davis School of Medicine’s Centennial celebration of early women faculty (PDF)