AAN Leadership for Women Program
Become an influential leader for your patients and profession. Apply now for the AAN Leadership for Women program, taking place Sunday, January 17, during the 2016 AAN Breakthroughs in Neurology Conference in Orlando, FL. Space is limited.
Scholarship application deadline: December 3, 2015.
In the current healthcare environment, leaders are tasked with greater challenges than ever before. Faced with funding gaps and decreasing reimbursements alongside an ever-increasing need for neurologic research and care, leaders need to balance these competing demands while achieving significant results. Added to this complexity is the reality that women still face inequities as they step out to lead. With this course, the Academy continues to address the need to prepare women for greater leadership roles in both the Academy and their chosen profession. Designed to be experiential in its approach, participants will especially focus on women’s ways of leading to create success today and in the future.
2016 AAN Breakthroughs in Neurology Conference registration is NOT required to attend this course.
Selected recipients will receive complimentary registration for this course only.
The course and panel will be led by Lisa M. DeAngelis, MD, FAAN, and Barbara Hoese, President, Pentecore Coaching, Minneapolis, MN.
Panel Members: A panel of successful female leaders in the field of neurology will also be present to share their experiences in leadership.
- Lisa M. DeAngelis, MD, FAAN
- Lisa M. Shulman, MD, FAAN
- Nancy J. Newman, MD, FAAN
- Karen C. Johnston, MD, MSc
- Participants will learn to apply knowledge to roles as a leader in the hospital, community, state medical society, professional organizations, and political action. This course will not offer CME credit.
- Women in mid to senior career who are in leadership roles and want to grow their leadership capacity.
Applicants should submit one complete copy of their current Curriculum Vitae.
The scholarship application deadline for this course is December 3, 2015.