Tag: WomenSurgeons

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Pandemic Thoughts from a Surgeon and a Mom

04 Jun 2020

By Jennifer M. Weiss We are a few weeks into our pandemic lifestyle.  Physicians have been on the front line of this pandemic crisis.  I am in a unique role as an orthopaedic surgeon. At the beginn...

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Cura te ipsum — Surgeon heal thyself

01 Apr 2020

By Lilah Morris-Wiseman, MD, FACS "Stepping into the operating room to perform heart surgery on a sick patient, being fully in control of the large team of people who are required to do the procedure...

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SUCCESSFUL GRANT APPLICATION WRITING II

11 Nov 2019

By Luz Maria Rodríguez This is the Part II of the Grant Writing series published on Jan 14, 2019.  Funding for research grants is made available by various institutions to help research ...

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My First AWS Meeting

01 Nov 2019

By Kristin Rojas Annual medical conferences are not only an opportunity to stay up-to-date with developments in your prospective field, but also a convenient way to catch up with inspirational fri...

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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...