Month: June 2023


Even Shame Has Its Limits

18 Jun 2023

Christina Georgeades, MD “You mean every day should be shame day.” I was walking behind two of my co-residents the last month of my intern year when I heard the hurtful comment. It was Pride mon...


“With Liberty and Justice for All”

08 Jun 2023

By Alexis Moren MD,MPH,FACS   The irony isn’t lost on any minority group as many of us recited the Pledge of Allegiance in elementary school: "I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States ...


From Sewing Circles to Mentorship Triangles

07 Jun 2023

By: Morgan Hopp, Anjna Kalya and Lily Foster During the summer between my sophomore and junior years of college, I completed an internship with a private practice plastic surgeon. I learned about sur...


Straight People Problems

05 Jun 2023

By Dr. Elinore Kaufman “Don’t worry, I still wear make-up every day.”  A surgical resident was assigned to talk to our group of medical students about being a woman in surgery—the first of m...