Tag: womeninmedicine

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A Stealth Misconception

13 Sep 2019

By Monica Farrulla Five years have elapsed since I took the Hippocratic oath and was bestowed the highly-coveted “MD” (Medical Doctorate) to follow my name. In these years of training I have e...

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Setting an Intention

28 Aug 2019

By Shree Agrawal  I am about two months into my intern year as a surgical resident. In anticipation of this transition, I have spent the last few months in nervous apprehension about the resp...

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Prosciutto

14 Aug 2019

By Alyssa Brown During third year of medical school, you collect many new numbers and contacts, and your phone’s contact list becomes filled with labels like “Bridgit OB resident,” “Bill R...

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A Transplant Reflection

09 Aug 2019

By Priya Suri At first glance, he was a sinewy man—built long and hard. He was wheeled into the operating room (OR) intubated and eyes blinking. Was he blinded by the blaring white lights just l...

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Egyptian Women in Surgery

01 Aug 2019

By Hadeer Nasr An in-depth look into the history of ancient Egypt brings to light the certain fact that females can introduce themselves energetically even in a male dominated Kingdom. A few notab...