Looking forward to September, the Women in Medicine group at Cooper would like to invite participation in our virtual and in-person events. To be mindful of everyone’s busy schedules and to not concentrate all our events in September, we are spreading out the offerings over August, September, and October.
Our Women in Medicine group is highlighting the experiences of our women colleagues in research, education, patient care, and more through online panel events and blog posts throughout the month. We hope you’ll join us for these important and exciting discussions. Our scheduled panel events will take place online and will include an opportunity for questions to our panelists. More detailed information will follow but we hope you will block these dates/times on your calendar and join us in support and allyship.
Monday, August 16, 6:30-8:00 PM
The Financial Impact of Leave at Cooper for Attending Physicians: A panel discussion with representation from Legal, HR, and the Compensation Committee
Moderator: Catherine (Kate) Ginty, MD
Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Medical Director, Cooper Emergency Department Emergency Medicine at Cooper Medical Director, Performance Improvement Office
About the event: With the support of the Physician Engagement Committee, Women in Medicine at Cooper has organized a WebEx Panel Event on the topic of Medical Leave at Cooper and how it impacts physicians from a job and financial perspective. The panel will include Sharon Dostmann, Beth Green, Lorene Giordano, Dr. Eric Kupersmith and John Scianni. Questions can be sent ahead of time to WIM@cooperhealth.edu.
Tuesday, September 14, 3:00-4:00 pm
CMSRU AMWA: Women in Medicine Panel
Moderator: Dean Annette Reboli
Dean of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University
CMSRU’s chapter of the American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) is hosting a panel of women physicians for Women in Medicine month. Esteemed CMSRU and Cooper women, including Dean Reboli, will share insight on the intersection between identity and experiences in the medical field. Questions pertinent to career development and growth will be asked in a Q&A format. This is a great opportunity to connect with trailblazers, advocates, and leaders in the field of medicine. The event will be held in the MPR. Diversity credit will be awarded, and food will be served. Questions? Contact Jagathi Kalluru (M2) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September, Date TBD
Challenges for Women in Medicine During the COVID-19 Pandemic – Part 2
Moderator: Eileen F. Campbell, MSN, APN
Assistant Vice President, Advanced Practice Providers and Patient Care Services
Advanced Practice Nurse, Emergency Medicine at Cooper University Health Care
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the way we interact with our world in myriad ways. Women in medicine faced particularly unique challenges, including balancing caring for critically ill patients at work while trying to care for their family at home, leading their departments and programs through unprecedented staffing and safety challenges, and finding new ways to cope physically and mentally while supporting each other. Join us for this timely conversation about fear, hope, and resilience.
Thursday, October 7, 6:00 PM
Women in Medicine Fall Event at CMSRU
This CMSRU sponsored event will include a mixer, networking opportunities, and a panel discussion in CMSRU’s atrium and auditorium.