Programs and Events - 2016
Thank you for being part of our movement-building We Won't Wait campaign. As we continue to grow, we've created a monthly Bulletin for the organizations and individuals who have joined us in our fight. We will share updates about the campaign and our policy priorities as well as a specific Call to Action that we hope you can join us in promoting.
Web site and Twitter links below:
Chicago AMWA Co Founder- Dr. Nancy Church, talks about Innovation in Medicine
You should have received a message from the AMA yesterday about its just-launched Innovation Challenge (more info at https://www.innovatewithama.com/). If you take a look at the video embedded in that webpage, you’ll see a familiar face! Thanks to Dr. Church for her contributions!
Dr. Nancy Church - The Importance of Innovation
View video below
Go Red Goes STEM
WHEN: Wednesday, November 16th, from 8am to 2pm
WHERE: Northwestern Medicines Prentice Womens Hospital, 250 S. Superior St., Chicago, IL
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AMA WOMEN IN MEDICINE SYMPOSIUM
Thursday, Sept. 22
330 N. Wabash Ave., Chicago
Lunch will be provided! Register to attend the first-ever American Medical Association Women in Medicine Symposium! Hosted by the AMA Women Physicians Section and held in conjunction with AMA Women in Medicine Month, this symposium will help women physicians tackle priority issues they face in medicine today.With breakout sessions on wellness, this event also features the following dynamic presentations:
AMA members: $25
Nonmembers: $95We hope to see you there!
March 2016 EVENTS
Please join us, March 10-13, 2016 for AMWA’s 101st Annual Meeting in South Florida!
iGIANT Roundtable Discussion, February 16, 2016
Chicago iGIANT Roundtable: Impact of Gender/ Sex on Innovation and Novel Technologies
On February 16, 2016, WIB-Chicago was pleased to showcase a truly outstanding panel of 12 speakers, half were physicians and half were health tech entrepreneurs, with quite a few of these women working in both realms as physician entrepreneurs.
More reference links below:
• Diversity in Clinical Trials and Health Studies
• Sex and Gender Considerations in Medicine
UsA2 2016 SUMMIT HIGHLIGHTS FINAL