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Welcome to another episode of Lessons In Life and Medicine. Today we’re talking about Clarifying Your Vision. I meet doctors in many different arenas. I meet them in clinical settings, at conferences, and by referral. I am noticing a trend. We are keenly aware of...Read More
We often associate our calling with our career. That’s what I did from the very moment I made that decision to become a doctor. That’s all I focused on. I studied for it. I invested time and money into it. Like many doctors my identity was intimately woven in what...Read More
It was amazing to be in the space with hundreds to over one thousand women physicians from around the globe at the AMWA/MWIA 100 conference. It more than warmed my heart. I was home. In my over 20-year career in medicine this was the first time I felt at home. It...Read More
Hitting a roadblock in your life and career? Don’t get frustrated. Use the resources that are readily available to you. Not sure what they are? Think about it. You have had access to them all the time. The moment you decided to become a doctor you...Read More
This time of year I like to walk down memory lane. I remember my first rotation in the Neonatal ICU. I was up all night doing heel sticks on preterm neonates, only to have to repeat them when the results came back because the K’s (potassium levels) were elevated...Read More
After years of being busy taking care of critically ill and recovering neonates in the Neonatal ICU, then coming home to take care of my children, I’m making new decisions. One of them is to learn how to relax and be still. It’s a new experience for me. It’s taken...Read More