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There’s Something In the Water

25 Nov 2013

by AWS writer, Denise HarriganOften-invisible but highly influential, second-generation gender bias often impedes women’s ascent to top levels of leadership. The Harvard Business Review intends to e...

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Early Lessons in Leadership

20 Nov 2013

by Sophia K. McKinley Do you consider yourself a leader? For most of medical school, I did not consider myself a leader. To me, leaders were people with big personalities and big visions, the kind of...

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Powerful Tweets

15 Nov 2013

by Lauren NosanovSocial media have come to play a growing role at national conferences, serving not only as a convenient vehicle for information dissemination, but also as a forum for idea sharing and...

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10 Steps to a Successful Residency Interview

17 Oct 2013

by Allison Hoyle, D.O.Fall is the exciting time in our medical education during which our residency interviews begin. It is important to be prepared for what is to come, as these interviews are diffe...

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Lean In: Book Review & Discussion (Part Two)

01 Oct 2013

by Sophia Kim McKinley, Callie Thompson, MD, and Minerva Romero Arenas, MD, MPH Chapter 4: It’s a Jungle Gym, not a Ladder (Sophia)Sandberg reveals that she did not have a master plan at the outset...

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Lean In: Book Review & Discussion (Part One)

30 Sep 2013

by Sophia Kim McKinley, Callie Thompson, MD, and Minerva Romero Arenas, MD, MPHIntroductionLean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead.Sheryl Sandberg published this book less than one year ago – and...

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Unconventional: Our Couple’s Match Story

17 Sep 2013

by Brittany Bankhead-Kendall, M.D., M.Sc.Match Day 2012 was supposed to be the best day of our lives. Or one of them, at least. But it was so, so not. Monday morning my husband and I left our respecti...