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Lola Chambless Apr 15
Each of these women is a neurosurgeon and a mom. Turns out we aren’t unicorns after all!
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Richard Egan 11h
Of course! I nominate and (I presume has been nominated!)
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Meredith Barrett Apr 14
So the first step is admitting you have a problem... But, I refuse to believe you can ever have enough scrub caps. I mean you have to keep up with the seasons, am I right? ...there are 55 in case you were wondering...
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Auriel T. August, MD Apr 22
Increasing diversity in medicine is important for all patients. Read about my experience here
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IGSS2019 Apr 21
Replying to @IGSS2019
Speaking on History of Women and Challenges such a scarcity of women in surgery Mentioning First Female Surgeons and the movement Raising also the issue of Equal Pay
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Dr Nikki Stamp FRACS Apr 17
My ex-husband was unaware of this term 'team' - despite working many more hours, the division of labour was unjust - it's an untenable position and a glaring statement as how you value your spouse and their career
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Julie Reiland Apr 21
I've been called CRAZY a few times, not in the athletic arena, but in the surgical arena. Started residency in '93, had 4 children, did trauma, gen surg, now Breast only, part of the surgery movent. CRAZY
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WomenInSurgeryUK Apr 21
Launching Challenge. Thank those who have helped you climb & nominate others to do the same. Thank you to Anup Sharma, Keiran Horgan, Ahmed Shandall & Josh Derodra I nominate Video by
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WomenInSurgeryUK Apr 22
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Medical Professionalism Project 12h
So excited 's will be joining us & for our Twitter Panel LET'S GET REAL ABOUT BURNOUT on April 26 ET. She'll speak to the ways medicine needs to change to be more inclusive, supportive & effective. Join the convo @
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Prita Daliya Apr 20
Replying to @amandadeibert
At age 17 didn’t get shortlisted for interview to Kings College Med School. My A-level tutor wrote to them asking for feedback. They wrote back: Miss Daliya has no qualities that demonstrate any potential let alone any leadership qualities to become a doctor.
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Patricia Martinez Quinones, MD 2h
It happened! I PASSED my dissertation defense! Soon to be MD PhD!
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Emma Collins 3h
First and foremost my family plus my mum and other sister. My husband too. Colleagues and mentors include and Gill Tierney who encouraged me to pursue surgery when I doubted my ability and stamina.
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Kimberly Brooke Golisch 23h
In undergrad a fellow student told me "sorority girls don't become surgeons" Welp, graduating medical school in 17 days and starting surgical residency in June. (& I even used some sorority scholarship money to get here)
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Maria’s Marvelous Bones Apr 20
Because every ladypod deserves batwings!
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IUSM Dept of Surgery 26m
fellow and resident, presenting her poster, “Trust but Verify” regarding early assessment of Chief Resident Operative Readiness.
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Caitlin Halbert Apr 18
Replying to @500WIM
I was told as a student that I was “too nice” to be a surgeon. As a surgery resident, I was told countless times that I should go into breast surgery...just because I have two doesn’t mean that’s what I’m meant to do!
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Robyn Webber Apr 19
So shocked that this is happening As my Tweeps know have been a consultant for 20 years and I have never experienced anything like this via
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Kristen Rhodin 5h
Big year for AWS! Runner up for Chapter of the Year and 16 graduating future
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marigoldjabulo Apr 17
I aim to be Global Surgeon in spite of the many challenges that keep many females from their surgical aspirations. I am as determined, strong and firm as my favorite instrument, the Kocher Forceps! @iss_scc
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