Upcoming Events

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Women in Medicine Speed Networking event for Providence medical staff | April 13

What: Do you feel burned out or isolated? Struggling with being a mom, life partner and taking care of aging parents? Looking for advances in your professional growth? The Providence Oregon Medical Executive Committee Wellness Subcommittee invites you to join us for our first Women in Medicine Speed Networking event via Zoom. We will have themed breakout room discussions around these wellness topics.

Who: Women physicians and advanced practice providers 

When: 6:30-7:30 p.m., April 13 

Co-hosts: Linda Cruz, M.D., Chrissie Ott, M.D., Xiaoyan Huang, M.D., Jen Drew, PA

Please register in advance for this meeting by clicking the button below.

Register for event

 

Providence Virtual Pediatric Grand Rounds | Various dates: April—May

Providence Children’s Health invites you to virtual educational offerings with pediatric subspecialists. Participation is free with CME. Events are live and offered multiple times so you can pick the session that works best for you. Please share these opportunities with your colleagues who care for children. 

Virtual education offerings


Join Lisa Vance and women's caregiver resource group, April 6

Special guest Lisa Vance will talk with our women’s caregiver resource group about her experience as a woman in leadership and developing your career path. Grab your lunch and learn with us, April 6, on MS Teams.  Get the meeting invite. »
 

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