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Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine® Stay in Touch

There are numerous ways to keep in touch with the ELAM community. You can use the keep in touch guide below to help decide which is the best way for you. You can also download and print out the guide for easy reference. [PDF]

ELAM Edge

The ELAM Edge is the best source of information for alumnae. This e-newsletter is sent to all alumnae every other Thursday and contains senior-level job positions, ELAM and alumnae news, and other resources and information chosen as particularly relevant to the ELAM community.

Who It Reaches

How It Works

Type of Information

ELAM fellows, alumnae and friends

Alumnae should send information they wish shared through the ELAM Edge to elamprogram@drexel.edu)

  • Senior-level job positions
  • ELAM news
  • Alumnae news
  • Relevant external resources, news and information

Email Listserv

ELAM has listservs (email addresses) set up for each class and one for the entire alumnae community.

Who It Reaches

How It Works

Type of Information

ELAM fellows and alumnae only

Contact us at elamprogram@drexel.edu to send a message through the listserv.

  • ELAM and alumnae news and information

LinkedIn

linkedin.com/groups/1223747
ELAM’s LinkedIn group is an excellent place to host a discussion on topics of interest, garner information and advice from the ELAM community, share alumnae news, and learn ELAM news. There are also several subgroups created for topical discussions. Note that this forum is only open to ELAM fellows and alumnae.

Who It Reaches

How It Works

Type of Information

ELAM fellows and alumnae only

Fellows and alumnae can create their own discussions, pose their own questions, etc. We will also set up subgroups for relevant topics as requested.

  • Some ELAM news
  • News contributed by alumnae
  • Professional discussions
  • Surveys and questions from ELAM and alumnae

Facebook

facebook.com/ELAMProgram
The ELAM Facebook page is a great place to host more informal discussions, learn about and comment on ELAM news, and help to spread the word about ELAM. Note that our Facebook page is visible to the general public.

Who It Reaches

How It Works

Type of Information

General public

Fans of the page are welcome to leave appropriate comments

  • ELAM news and updates
  • Events
  • Reposts of relevant news and commentary about women in medicine, leadership, academia and more.

Twitter

twitter.com/ELAMProgram
Our Twitter account is a great place to keep up to date on the latest in ELAM news and news about women in academic medicine.

Who It Reaches

How It Works

Type of Information

General public

Followers are welcome to leave appropriate comments

  • ELAM and alumnae news and updates
  • Retweets of relevant news and commentary about women in medicine, leadership, academia and more.

Website

drexel.edu/elam
This website is a great place to receive news and information on the ELAM program and alumnae activities and updates.

Who It Reaches

How It Works

Type of Information

General public

ELAM-generated content only.

  • General ELAM information and news
  • Alumnae updates and information
  • Four editions of the ELAM Edge

ELAM Alumnae Historical Directory and Community Web Portal

There are two ways that you can learn more about and connect with ELAM alumnae.

ELAM Classes Historical Directory
This directory is a historical compilation of class information with class photos, names, titles, and institutions of fellows at the time of their participation in the ELAM program.
Download directory [PDF]

Community Web Portal
Alumnae can log in to our secure site at www.icela.net to update contact and demographic information as well as to search for program graduates via the ICELA Community Web Portal. Staff use this information to stay in touch and make sure that alumnae receive news from the community. We also compile aggregate data that shows the impact of the fellowship and the alumnae community, and publish it in our research and reports such as ELAM Fast Facts. Please contact us with questions about the portal at elamprogram@drexel.edu.

ELAM is a core program of the Institute for Women's Health and Leadership at Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pa. The Institute continues the legacy of advancing women in medicine that began in 1850 with the founding of the Female Medical College of Pennsylvania, the nation's first women's medical school and a predecessor of today's Drexel University College of Medicine.