Tag: WomenSurgeons


Implicit Bias

04 Oct 2017

By Doreen Agnese, MD As the deadline approaches for this blog, I again wonder what topic will be interesting to discuss. I try to gather inspiration from prior blog posts, and as I scroll through t...


Look for the Helpers – A Surgeon-in-Training’s Thoughts on the Orlando Shooting

16 Jun 2016

By Brittany Bankhead-Kendall As events unfold and I wonder if some day my own trauma pager will have the words "mass casualty" on it, and on how sad that is, I am reminded of a great quote: "Whe...


Learning to Lead & Lean In: A Medical Student Perspective on AWS.

29 Oct 2015

[caption id="attachment_6601" align="alignleft" width="225"] 1st year Medical Student Sarah Armenia at the AWS Conference 2015.[/caption] Author: Sarah Armenia I first became familiar with the A...