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Drexel University College of Medicine is committed to pioneering programs for women in medicine and science, to advance not only services and access to women's health care, but to support women physicians as leaders in research, the delivery of care and teaching. For students, our efforts are directed toward long- and short-term change, resulting in future physicians that view women's health as a fundamental part of medical care that is more than reproductive health. Our supportive environment and caring faculty role models are the underpinning to our innovative and successful women's health education curriculum.

 

ELAM

ELAM

The Hedwig van Ameringen Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine® (ELAM®) program is a year-long part-time fellowship for women faculty in schools of medicine, dentistry and public health. ELAM's program develops the professional and personal skills required to lead in today's complex health care environment, with special attention to the unique challenges facing women. More than 1,000 ELAM alumnae hold leadership positions in institutions around the world.

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ELATE/ICELA

ELATE/ICELA

The International Center for Executive Leadership in Academics, or ICELA at Drexel®, works to increase the number and impact of women in academic leadership positions through two innovative programs: Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine® (ELAM®) and Executive Leadership in Academic Technology and Engineering (ELATE at Drexel®).

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Women's Health Education Program

Women's Health Education Program

The Women's Health Education Program (WHEP) is committed to integrating women's health issues into every aspect of our curriculum. Women's health includes topics related to public health, community outreach, health education, patient care and many others. WHEP has ongoing activities throughout the year that highlight these issues. We strive to bring focus to health concerns and education for female patients and medical professionals, as well as the medical community at large.

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