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Author Moreno, Megan Andreas, author.

Title Women rock science : a pocket guide for success in clinical academic research careers / Megan A. Moreno, Rachel Katzenellenbogen.

Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource
Series Springer Medicine eBooks 2019 English+International
Notes Includes index.
Contents Intro; Preface; How to Use This Book; How to Use Each Chapter; Embrace Curiosity; Stay in Touch; Acknowledgments; Contents; Notes on Contributors; The Framework for This Book: The Socioecological Model; The Socioecological Model; The Academic Three-Legged Stool and the SEM; Mentorship: It Takes a Village (or a SEM); Transformational Leadership: Women and Context; The Third Person for This Book; Take-Home Points; Homework; You as a Scientist; Unique Strengths of Women Scientists; What Is Your Passion?; WHAT and WHY; HOW; WHO; I.CAN'T.EVEN.; When Things Do Not Go as Planned
What Do You Value? What Are Your Strengths?Tools to Consider; What Is Your Work Style? Daily Time Management and Long-Term Tasks; Do Not Forget Self-Care; A Note About Haters; Your Mission Statement; Take-Home Points; Homework; Your Team: Mentors, Staff, Colleagues, and Mentees; Your Mentors; Finding Your Mentors; What Are You Seeking in a Mentor?; You Have Found Some Mentors, Now What?; Risks of Mentorship; Your Research Lab and Team; Setting Expectations for Your Team; Developing Your Own Manager Skills; Your Colleagues; Your Close Collaborators; Your Mentees; Take-Home Points; Homework
Your Institutional Support/Academic EnvironmentWhat Is Your "Institution?"; What Does Your Institution Offer to You?; What Should Your Institution Offer to You?; How Does Your Institution Assure Their Faculty Advance?; Where Do You Find Your Institution's Resources?; What Is Your Academic Environment? How Is that Different than Your Institution?; Take-Home Points; Homework; Your Scientific Community; Joining Professional Societies; What Can You Get Out of a Professional Society?; Why Would You Not Join a Professional Society?; What Can You Do in a Professional Society?
What if I Have More than One Professional Society?Attending Scientific Conferences; Strategies to Get the Most Out of Your Yearly Conference; Before You Go; Being a Reviewer; Reviewing Manuscripts; Reviewing Grants; Involvement in Your Local Community: Contribute Where You Live and Work; Students; Community Organizations and Organizers; Balancing Multiple Requests; Take-Home Points; Homework; Your Promotion; What Is Tenure?; Know the Tracks and the Lingo; Create a Mentorship Committee for Your Promotion; How Do You Get Promoted?; Documentation; Annual Reviews; Funding; External Reviews
Midterm ReviewThe Promotion Portfolio; What Happens After Your Promotion Portfolio Is Made?; Homework; Expanding Your Team; Start with Yourself; You as a Mentor; WIFM?; When a Potential Mentee Approaches You; When Your Mentees Bring You an Idea; Actions of Effective Mentors; Expanding Your Work Group; When It Is Time; Congratulations, Now You Are a Manager; Ways to Expand Your Work with New Team Members; Diversity and Equity; Cultivating New Relationships with Research Groups; What Do These Collaborations Look Like?; How Do I Foster These Collaborations?; WIFM?; Time Management
Other author Katzenellenbogen, Rachel, author.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Women scientists -- Vocational guidance.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783030104986 (electronic bk.)
3030104982 (electronic bk.)