Rising Through The Ranks: From Nurses To Hospital Executives, Hackensack Meridian Health Cultivates Female LeadersHackensack Meridian Health
A feature story for Women's History Month on 5 female hospital executives, who got their start as nurses.
A feature story for Women's History Month on 5 female hospital executives, who got their start as nurses.
LinkedIn Recruiter would function better if recruiters knew exactly how LinkedIn generates its search query responses, possible through a framework called “contextual transparency.” A team of researchers led by NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s Mona Sloane advance this thought in a provocative new study published in Nature Machine Intelligence.
Today, the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), announced that Spencer Stuart, a leading global executive search firm, will lead the search to hire ASA’s next Chief Executive Officer (CEO), starting in April 2023. ASA’s current CEO, Paul Pomerantz, FACHE, will retire at the end of his contract in April 2024, after 11 years of distinguished leadership at the Society.
Jeffrey D. Freeman, PhD, MPH, has been selected as the new director of the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. USU President, Dr. Jonathan Woodson, made the announcement March 10, 2023. Dr. Freeman succeeds Dr. Thomas Kirsch in the position.
New research reveals how Generation Z perceive online ‘personal brands’ as a crucial tool to gain more advantage in job markets.
The U.S. economy is on people's minds as the government prepares for a showdown on the deficit and government spending. Find the latest research and expert commentary on money issues here. Below are some of the latest headlines in the Economics channel on Newswise.
Sanford Burnham Prebys today announced that Professor Nicholas Cosford, Ph.D., will join the Institute’s Board of Trustees.
While more businesses continue to shift to remote work, some well-known CEOs remain steadfast against the movement. Naresh Khatri, an associate professor of health management and informatics in the School of Medicine at the University of Missouri, said the success of shifting to remote work depends on the flexibility of the organization to adjust to individual employees and the technology available to them.
Cedars-Sinai has selected Bruce L. Gewertz, MD, the medical center’s surgeon-in-chief, to be the vice dean of Clinical System Development and Faculty Affairs.
A new analysis of the U.S. radiation oncology workforce projects a relative balance between the supply of radiation oncologists and the demand for radiation therapy services through 2030. The report was produced by Health Management Associates (HMA), a consulting firm commissioned by the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO). It accompanies a review commentary from the ASTRO Workforce Task Force published as an article-in-press today in the International Journal of Radiation Oncology • Biology • Physics.
Dr. P. Ashley Wackym, professor and founding chair of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School’s Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, has been selected by the Prosper Ménière Society as its 2023 Gold Medal Award recipient.
Gender diversity experts at the University of South Australia are urging governments to rethink their approach to gender targets as new research shows that they do not lead to expected improvements in gender equity for women in leadership.
Invisibility is a salient and recurring experience of mistreatment for women of colour working in traditionally white and male professions, two researchers found in their recent landmark study.
Endocrine Society members elected John Newell-Price, M.D., Ph.D., F.R.C.P., as its 2024-2025 President. He will serve as President-Elect for a year beginning in June 2023 before becoming President in June 2024.
As part of Certified Nurses Day March 19, a few progressive care, critical care and advanced practice nurses told AACN why they chose to get certified. They are among more than 133,000 nurses who hold AACN Certification Corp. credentials.
Keck Medicine of USC has named Ikenna (Ike) Mmeje president and CEO of USC Arcadia Hospital (USC-AH), effective March 13.
Noel Bairey Merz, MD, professor of cardiology and the director of the Barbra Streisand Women’s Heart Center in the Smidt Heart Institute, will receive the 2023 Master of the ACC Award from the American College of Cardiology (ACC) in honor of her pioneering contributions to the cardiovascular profession.
Mercy Medical Center has been named one of America’s Greatest Workplaces for Women in 2023 by Newsweek.
A chemical biology research lab fit for an academic medical center is being installed at Wynne High School (WHS) in Wynne, Arkansas, as part of a pilot project of Aspirnaut STEM pipeline at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Aspirnaut, a K-20 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Pipeline for Diversity and Wellness, celebrated its 15th year in 2022.
A new study published in the journal International Social Work has uncovered concerning rates of depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and anxiety among social workers.
After polling 6,000 graduate and postdoctoral respondents across 17 US institutions, researchers found that self-efficacy was generally lower than anticipated, particularly among those with higher levels of expertise and experience. Their results were recently published in the journal PLOS ONE.
Several phrases can be used to describe Shelby Ply, a senior in environmental engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology, including: aspiring environmental engineer, accelerated master’s degree student, decorated collegiate athlete, proud alumna of Rolla High School and equestrian aficionado.
Faculty in Florida State University’s College of Criminology and Criminal Justice are No. 1 in the country for research productivity and influence among faculty in their field, according to a quantitative assessment in the Journal of Criminal Justice Education. The journal’s findings draw from data gathered from criminology and criminal justice doctoral programs in the United States from 2015-2021.
Janelle Scott, professor and the Birgeneau Distinguished Chair in Educational Disparities at the University of California, Berkeley, in the School of Education, has been voted president-elect of the American Educational Research Association (AERA).
Today, the WORLD Policy Analysis Center (WORLD) at UCLA, launched “Equality within Our Lifetimes,” the most comprehensive analysis to date of laws and policies related to gender equality in all 193 U.N. member states. While the U.S. performs well in some areas, it has become even more of an outlier when it comes to care.
A new Cal State Fullerton program, Black CommUnity, aims to create an affirming space for Black communications students to access career mentoring, build professional networks and find communications internships and jobs.
International recognition is key to many successful academic careers, but research published today shows female scientific researchers are less internationally mobile than their male counterparts, although the gender gap has shrunk.
Hackensack Meridian Pascack Valley Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Emily Holliman has been recognized for her leadership with the Ardent Health Services CEO of the Year Award.
Nicholas Tatonetti, PhD, an expert in biomedical data science, has joined Cedars-Sinai as the vice chair of Computational Biomedicine and associate director for Computational Oncology at Cedars-Sinai Cancer.
Follow the career journeys of CSU alumni working in the robotics field.
Argonne is focused on building a more diverse workforce in high performance computing (HPC). Sustainable Research Pathways for HPC, an internship & mentoring program, connects students from underrepresented groups with scientists to jump start careers.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine has named Reginald Leon Hayes, B.S., B.Mus., M.Div., the assistant dean for diversity enhancement. In this role, Mr. Hayes will focus on promoting diversity, equity, and engagement for current and prospective medical students and those in Einstein’s pathway programs. Mr. Hayes began his new role in late January.
Young Australian women are still fighting for equal pay, respect and opportunities in the workforce, according to a new report from the University of Sydney and the Australian National University.
DOE's Jefferson Lab has hired Tisca Dorsey as a Director of Business and Finance. In this role, she will be primarily responsible for the development and implementation of the lab’s contracting approach and strategy. She took on this role Feb. 16.
A study that systematically reviewed 22 years of research examining the relationship between paid sick leave benefits and short-term and long-term U.S. business outcomes finds a trove of evidence suggesting paid sick leave is linked with favorable business outcomes. Key findings show access to paid sick leave means less occupational injury, spread of contagious disease, presenteeism (the act of workers going to work while ill), and employee death. There was more evidence that paid sick leave was related to favorable business conditions such as employee morale and job satisfaction, improved retention, higher profitability and firm performance, and favorable labor market conditions, compared to evidence supporting negative business consequences, such as worker absence.
Occupational factors, such as physical demands and work schedules, were associated with higher sperm concentrations and serum testosterone among men in the EARTH study.
On average, 39 percent of time currently spent on unpaid domestic work could be automated within the next decade, suggest AI experts from the UK and Japan. The findings are published February 22, 2023 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by a team led by Ekaterina Hertog at the University Oxford, UK, and colleagues in Japan.
Researchers from Boston College, Georgetown University, American University, Texas A&M University, and Colorado State University published a new Journal of Marketing article that challenges the entrenched belief that financial vulnerability only affects low-income consumers.
University of Alabama in Huntsville President Charles L. Karr today announced that retired Lieutenant General L. Neil Thurgood has been named Special Advisor to the President for Military Affairs and Technology.
Strike numbers rose in 2022, reflecting a trend of more U.S. work stoppages in recent years by workers and activists in the labor movement, according to a report published Feb. 21 by the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations.
Business consultant, attorney, and investor Debra Hunter Johnson, founder of Reciprocity Consulting Group, will chair the UT Southwestern Medical Center President’s Advisory Board for the 2023-2025 term.
The fires of passion can propel employees toward success but can also cause them to flame out, a study by a Florida State University researcher has found. Wayne Hochwarter, the Melvin T. Stith Sr. Professor in Business Administration at FSU’s College of Business, said passion is a definite plus in employees, but it doesn’t guarantee results.
New research shows that identifying the drivers of unequal pay is the fastest and fairest way to close gender pay gaps.
Researchers who’ve studied the emergence of digital humans say “AI with a face” will become more prevalent within the decade. They wrote an article aimed at industry leaders to highlight four types of digital humans and offer guidance.
A study published recently in JAMA Network Open, led by Mira Mamtani, MD, MSEd, an associate professor of Emergency Medicine, found vast differences in the feedback given and received by emergency medicine residents. Mamtani draws upon the findings of the study to offer guidance for providing better feedback.
Researchers conduct in-depth interviews with people participating in a work rehabilitation program to take a closer look at the barriers to re-entry.