Please join the Center for Diversity & Inclusion to celebrate Pride Month, enjoy light refreshments and network with your colleagues.
Location: Mezzanine Level 5&6 – a semi-private location between the BWH Gift Shop and the Shapiro Bridge. From the First Floor Shapiro Lounge, take the elevator to the second floor (Mezzanine level). Proceed straight across the bridge, Mezzanine 5&6 will be on your right.
Featured guest: Daphne Haas-Kogan, MD Chair, Radiation Oncology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Ellie Lobovits is a feminist documentary filmmaker, cultural observer, and birth doula. Her work focuses on borderlands, the body, and feminist stories.
Film will be followed by discussion with filmmaker, Ellie Lobovits.
Light refreshments will be served
Organized by: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Does the term “networking” make you run in the other direction? Do you think of it as awkward and superficial? Are you worried that you are missing out because you don’t know how to go about it? If any of these apply to you, join our expert panelists as they explain why and how to network. You’ll learn practical tips on how to use networking to advance your career, expand your horizons, build lasting professional relationships, and explore new opportunities. The event is sponsored by the Brigham Research Institute and MassBio.
Lunch will be served.
More information: http://www.bwhresearch.org/bri-events/
Direction to Carrie Hall (15 Francis Street, 2nd floor):
Carrie Hall is located at 15 Francis Street. Upon entering at 15 Francis Street, you will notice a Guard Desk and a hallway on your left and right. Go right, down the hallway until you come to a conference room which is Carrie Hall.
For the days when the going gets tough, we must find the courage to keep moving forward and carry on the work that needs to get done. Stressful situations at work can lead to more human error and emotional stress that can impact the work that you do. But by learning how to build your resiliency and so when those no-good days do occur, you’re calm and collected because you know how to best respond in those type of difficult.
This workshop will be an hour long, lunch provided, and will discuss the data behind burnout and review cases in small group discussions to identify best approaches in various situations.
Hosted by: Brigham Education Institute (BEI)
This barbecue lunch is aimed at creating a cross-institutional space for URiM trainees and their families to come together, network, and create community. All URiM trainees and their families are invited to this event, planned for August 25th.
Please come and meet Harvard affiliated residency program directors, attending physicians, fellows and residents, and learn more about the hospital and individual residency programs that are offered at HMS affiliated hospitals at this informal networking event.
We encourage 3rd and 4th year URiM medial students from the New England region as well as from other states to attend the event.
Hosted by: Visiting Clerkship Program, Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnership, Harvard Medical School
This event will serve to connect new trainees with URiM-specific information, resources, and to again create a community among peers. The orientation, planned for the evening of September 17th, while intended for new trainees, is open to any trainee who feels they would benefit.
The annual Women in Medicine & Science Symposium (WMSS) highlights the achievements of women faculty and trainees at Brigham Health. This program focuses on collaborations across various disciplines including basic, clinical and translational research, clinical innovation and medical education – with the goal of building community.
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Hosted by: Harvard Medical School Office for Diversity, Inclusion & Community Partnership
Join us as we mark the anniversary of the 1969 diversity initiative that paved the way for a culture of diversity and inclusion at HMS and beyond. Celebrate with alumni, faculty, trainees, students and staff for a day of reflection and looking forward.
Please note: Space is limited and seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Simulcast viewing will be provided for overflow attendees.
An event to educate and inspire collaboration around innovative science, technology, and medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. This event is free and open to the public – all are welcome to attend. Register today!