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Changing the culture of academic medicine

Linda H. Pololi

Changing the culture of academic medicine

perspectives of women faculty

by Linda H. Pololi

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Published by Dartmouth College Press, University Press of New England in Hanover, N.H .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementLinda H. Pololi
Classifications
LC ClassificationsR692 .P65 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24468066M
ISBN 109781584655671
LC Control Number2010013166
OCLC/WorldCa592450944

Her multi-institutional research on the academic medical environment showed the importance of the “culture” to faculty vitality, challenging academic leaders to be change agents and was the subject of her book, “Changing the Culture of Academic Medicine.”. Several studies highlighted that diversifying the faculty in academic medicine requires not only individual faculty skills and behavior but organizational changes that impact climate.2, 9, 12, 18, 21, 22 Shauman et al. suggested that workers experiences highlight the need to focus on organizational change rather than on changing the behavior of Cited by: 3.

To close the gender leadership gap and to meet the needs of the next generation of physicians, scientists, and educators, the authors argue that the culture of academic medicine must change to one in which flexibility and work–life integration are core parts of the definition of success. Over the past twenty-five years, steadily increasing numbers of women have graduated as physicians, in sufficient numbers to be well represented in senior and leadership positions in the nation's academic medical centers. Yet women's expected adva.

Commentary: A Call for Culture Change in Academic Medicine Deborah Powell, MD, James L. Scott, MD, Michael Rosenblatt, MD, Paul B. Roth, MD, and Linda Pololi, MBBS Abstract Disappointed by the lack of progress in the advancement of women and underrepresented minority faculty to senior positions and leadership roles in academic medicine and Cited by: Disappointed by the lack of progress in the advancement of women and underrepresented minority faculty to senior positions and leadership roles in academic medicine and concerned by the prospect that these valuable faculty resources were being lost, a group of five medical school deans agreed to embark on a multiyear project to change the culture of their medical schools for these Cited by:


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To some readers of Changing the Culture of Academic Medicine: Perspectives of Women Faculty, the profound and far-reaching results of Linda Pololi's scholarly and professional probe into the glaring absence of women faculty in academic Cited by: Pololi's study, based on extensive interviews, illuminates medical school culture and shows a sharp disconnect between the values of individual faculty members and the values of academic institutions of medicine.

Pololi looks closely at women medical faculty's experiences as outsiders in medicine, opening a window into medical culture.

Changing the Culture of Academic Medicine Perspectives of Women Faculty Linda H. Pololi Dartmouth • pp. 6 x 9" Medicine & Public Health / Women's Studies $ Paperback, $ Ebook, Check your ebook retailer or. This powerful quote from Martin Luther King is included in the foreword to Changing the Culture of Academic Medicine: Perspectives of Women Faculty.

However, the following quote from Eleanor Roosevelt could have been included in the afterword: “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”Author: Helen Anne D’Alessandro. Purpose: Bywomen constituted 34% of academic medical faculty, reaching a critical mass. Theoretically, with critical mass, culture and policy supportive of gender equity should be evident.

We explore whether having a critical mass of women transforms institutional culture and organizational by: The culture of academic medicine has been described as hierarchical, competitive, and not highly supportive of female or minority faculty.

In response to this, the authors designed the Learning Action Network (LAN), which was part of the National Initiative on Gender, Culture and Leadership in Cited by: Changing the culture of academic medicine to eliminate the gender leadership gap/50 by Valantine H(1), Sandborg CI.

Author information: (1)Dr. Valantine is professor of cardiovascular medicine and senior associate dean for leadership and diversity, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California. by: For others who might want to work toward changing the culture of academic medicine, the authors offer several lessons learned from their experiences with C-Change.

Most notably, people, structures, policies, and reward systems must be put into place to support cultural values, and broad-based support should be created in order for changes to persist when inevitable transitions in leadership occur. changing the culture of academic medicine, the authors offer several lessons learned from their experiences with C-Change.

Most notably, people, structures, policies, and reward systems must be put into place to support cultural values, and broad-based support should be created in order for changes to persist when inevitable.

Changing the Culture of Academic Medicine to Eliminate the Gender Leadership Gap: 50/50 by Hannah Valantine, MD and Christy I. Sandborg, MD Hannah Valantine, professor, Cardiovascular Medicine, and senior associate dean, Leadership and Diversity, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California;Cited by: Academic Medicine, a peer-reviewed monthly journal, serves as an international forum for the exchange of ideas and information about policy, issues, and research concerning academic medicine, including strengthening the quality of medical education and training, enhancing the search for biomedical knowledge, advancing research in health services, and integrating education and research into the.

Book signing to follow presentation: Author of: Changing the Culture of Academic Medicine: Perspectives of Women Faculty. Lebanon, NH: Dartmouth College Press, As the Director and Principal Investigator, Dr. Pololi will present quantitative and qualitative data on the culture of academic medicine generated by.

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Energized and productive faculty are critical to academic medicine, yet studies indicate a lack of advancement and senior roles for women. Using measures of key aspects of the culture of academic medicine, this study sought to identify similarity and dissimilarity between perceptions of the culture by male and female faculty.

The C - Change Faculty Survey was used to collect data on Cited by: Medicine, we are striving to change the culture of academic medicine. Doing so is no easy feat—our faculty combine clinical, research, teaching, and administrative responsibilities and report the highest number of hours worked across the university.7 Over the past two years, we completed a deep internal assessment and designed an actionFile Size: KB.

Linda H. Pololi is the author of Changing the Culture of Academic Medicine ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 2 reviews, published )4/5. Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine () Chapter: 6 Changing the Culture and Climate in Higher Education.

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Entdecken Sie "Changing the Culture of Academic Medicine" von Linda H. Pololi und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler. Over the past twenty-five years, steadily increasing numbers of women have graduated as physicians, in sufficient numbers to be well represented in senior and leadership positions in the nation's academic medical centers.

Yet women's expected advancement has stalled. Women rarely.Increasingly recognizing that academic medical culture may itself be an underlying problem, some members of the academic medicine community have recently called for change in that culture.

University of Michigan Medical School Faculty Development presentation by LInda Pololi, MBBS on Novem entitled Changing the Culture of Academic Medicine: Voices of .