Women as One aims to identify and match qualified women with related professional opportunities. This service takes a number of different forms including custom survey development, skills training opportunities, speaker identification, research participation and a lot more! We work with individuals and not for profit organizations for free. We also work with sponsors to develop tailored partner packages.
If you are a woman physician, the best way to make yourself known to us for these opportunities is by signing up in our Talent Directory. Otherwise, please feel free to contact us directly to discuss our Match Program opportunities!
High risk procedural training!
Global Ambassador and Chapter Programs!
Megan Coylewright, MD, MPH
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
REQUEST: Dr. Coylewright contacted Women as One to gather names of qualified women to support program planning for the 2020 ACC and SCAI Conferences.
RESPONSE: Women as One developed a custom survey, received a 60% response rate from Talent Directory members and delivered results back to Dr. Coylewright within a week.
RESULT: Contacts and highly detailed qualifications of women were quickly made available for speaker placement at both meetings.
Women as One congratulates the 5 winners
and 5 semi-finalists of the inaugural Escalator Awards.
Each winner will receive $50,000 in institutional funding. The Top 10 will each receive a custom professional development plan, visibility of their work through increased speaking and other professional opportunities, and more!
2020 ESCALATOR AWARDS WINNERS
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2020 ESCALATOR AWARDS SEMI-FINALISTS
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Women as One is grateful to the following sponsors for their support of the Women as One Escalator Awards.
Research shows that almost 40% of women physicians go part-time or leave medicine altogether within six years of completing their residencies. The reason? Family. Women as One is focused on improving the culture of medicine to normalize and standardize family planning, pregnancy, parental leave and return to work practices and policies.
This project entails a rolling set of activities aimed to educate, inspire and change the culture of cardiology to be more family friendly.
So I Married a Cardiologist
Women as One hosted a organized a discussion among cardiologist couples to explore how they balance their careers and home. The goal is to inspire discussion, leadership, and change in support of families in the medical field.
- Career Preferences and Perceptions of Cardiology Among US Internal Medicine Trainees READ MORE
- The Pregnant Cardiologist READ MORE
- Pregnancy During Cardiology Training: We Need a Policy READ MORE
- Establishing and Expecting a Culture of Support for Breastfeeding Cardiology Fellows READ MORE
- SCAI Consensus Document on Occupational Radiation Exposure to the Pregnant Cardiologist and Technical Personnel READ MORE
- Why Women Leave Medicine READ MORE
- Men Say They Want Paid Leave but Then Don’t Use All of It. What Stops Them? READ MORE
The wage, total compensation and investment gaps are related. The key to closing them? Transparency and education across industries.
This project entails a rolling set of activities aimed to educate, inspire and arm women with the confidence they need to become financially empowered.
Women as One hosted a organized a discussion among early career cardiologists about money. The hope is to promote more transparency and dialogue about these topics in an effort to encourage financial literacy and confidence among women.
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