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The Redesigning and Redefining Work Summit (RRW) is an INVITATION ONLY summit at Stanford University to present new and innovative research and generate dialog among diverse perspectives to create a new platform for the design and definition of work for the twenty-first century.  The RRW Summit will bring together one hundred and fifty top academic researchers, corporate leaders, policy makers, and media representatives to set a research-based agenda for redesigning work.
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Friday, November 8 • 3:15pm - 3:35pm
Hannah Valantine, Stanford School of Medicine

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Academic Biomedical Career Customization (ABCC): The Stanford Medicine model to ameliorate work-life and work-work conflicts as an integral part of career development and success.

Work-family conflict remains a serious barrier to the advancement of women in academia (Mason et al, 2013).  At the SoM, work-life integration is one of the top two reasons faculty consider leaving (Sloan Institutional Survey, 2012).  In addition, we have identified work-work conflict (competing demands across missions) as a significant source of faculty stress.  To address this, the SoM developed the Academic Biomedical Customization (ABCC) program to support faculty in addressing their specific work-life and work-work conflicts as an integral part of their career development and success. The ABCC model incorporates two major elements: 1) Customized Career Development: A yearly one-on-one career development conversation between individual faculty and their department chair, supported by coaching and the active provision of information on available institutional resources to support the career development and work-life integration of each faculty. 2) A banking system system for contributions to service.  Implemented at the team level, this recognition system provides concrete support for faculty who engage in service activities. Our ABCC pilot so far has engaged 45 clinical faculty and 7 basic science faculty, with very promising initial results which will be presented.


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Hannah Valantine

Professor of Medicine; Senior Associate Dean for Diversity and Leadership, Stanford School of Medicine
Dr. Valantine is a Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and the Senior Associate Dean for Diversity and Leadership at Stanford School of Medicine, a leadership position to which she was appointed in November 2004. In this role she has developed innovative approaches to faculty development, leadership and diversity. She is nationally recognized for her transformative approaches to diversity, and is a recipient of the NIH Director’s... Read More →


Friday November 8, 2013 3:15pm - 3:35pm
McCaw Hall, Stanford Alumni Center 326 Galvez Street, Stanford