Tag: WomenSurgeons

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Inclusive Mentoring

07 Jan 2021

By Christy Chai, MD, FACS and Susan Tsai, MD, MHS, FACS This blog entry is the first in a series of six blogs authored by members of the Clinical Practice Committee writing in collaboration with our ...

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Code Blue

01 Jan 2021

By Rachel Salinas The first code blue that I ever witnessed was called on my grandfather during my third year of medical school. He had been in the ICU for seven weeks after there were unexpected com...

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Tips and Tricks for ABSITE Preparation

13 Dec 2020

By Scarlett Hao A behemoth of a test awaits every surgery resident each January. The dreaded ABSITE (American Board of Surgery In-Training Exam) is a standardized exam with 250 plus multiple choice q...

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Building Blocks: Progress Over Perfection

09 Dec 2020

By Danilea M. Carmona Matos As I reflect back on the various individuals who have supported my endeavors, I think of mentors and role models - male, female or gender non-conforming, surgeons and non-...

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Becoming a surgeon scientist

06 Dec 2020

By Genevieve Boland  Life is full of well-intentioned bad advice. On many occasions, I have been told not to pursue my career as a surgeon scientist, that it is not possible. It is clear that all ad...