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Women in Medicine

Women in Medicine and Science Leadership Series

Published Date:

Registration is now open for the AWIMS Leadership Development Series (all virtual), featuring five esteemed SIU leaders who will share leadership lessons through the lens of advocacy.

Topics & speakers will include the following:

  • Wellness and Joy in Work: Leadership and Advocacy around Wellness at the Institutional Level
    • Susan T. Hingle, MD, FRCP and Christine Todd, MD
  • Advocacy and Our Next Generation: The Value of Mentorship in Building Future Leaders
    • Michael Phelon
  • Leadership and Advocacy in Public Health: Collaboration, Communication, and Compassion
    • Sameer Vohra, MD, JD
  • Leadership and Advocacy in the Community During a Crisis: Building Bridges and Earning Trust
    • Erica Austin, MA
  • Advocacy for Community Health: Mobilizing the Community to Impact Lasting Change
    • Tracey Smith, DNP, PHCNS-BC, MS, RN

This free series starts August 17th and occurs every other Tuesday from 5:00 – 6:00pm. You don't want to miss it! Register online here.


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