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Amanda Vo Sep 15
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Marni Basto Sep 13
Breastfeeding at a conference is a basic human right. Refusing entry with a newborn is discriminatory to female surgeons trying to maintain their skills, milk supply and babies health you should not be forced to choose
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Rachel Ekaireb, MD Sep 10
First inguinal hernia repair ✅ Dictated first op report ✅ Walked the 3rd year med student through the skin closure✅ Yeah, I think I’m starting to feel like a Surgery resident!
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Briony Norris Sep 13
Last day of . Great meeting! Pity I’ve had to miss a few sessions as my newborn baby was refused entry!Perhaps time to change this policy to be in line with other international meetings??
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jennifer downs 2h
So much of this. Unexpectedly, more of this in Australia than anywhere else I have worked
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Dr Christine Lai FRACS FACS 4h
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Rebecca Fish Sep 9
Older consultant surgeon (male): “You’ve hijaked my computer there nurse” Me: Me: Me: I’m a surgeon. So many things. Mainly just be polite to whoever you’re speaking to. And don’t be a dick.
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Rachel Mann Sep 15
Congrats to all the applicants who submitted their over the weekend- esp the budding urologists. is hard but I’ve never questioned that this is exactly where I belong. Cheers to finding your perfect !
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Anna Watts Sep 12
1/2 Rather than dwell on out of date stereotypes that send our specialty back a decade let’s focus on what’s changed. The positive models in - let’s not deter future generations of female surgeons
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dr.sanazniknam 19h
Replying to @cadiulus @theblondeMD
Absuuuurrrrd.
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Gill Cribb 2h
So happy - have accepted our paper! The result of the hard work of aspiring surgeon Emma Howard when med student with us in and Watch this space!
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Danielle Golub Sep 14
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dr.sanazniknam 19h
Replying to @theblondeMD
Absolutely ridiculous. Zero words.
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Andrea Aguirre, MD Sep 11
Robot in a gown and me in my new kicks. We’re very fashionable here.
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Clare Rees 11h
I’m a paediatric surgeon at planning to teach kids involved in knife crime how to cook to empower them with life skills and change the way they use knives - can I please talk to you?
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Heba Alfaris Sep 14
This one is so awesome 🤣🤦🏻‍♀️💩
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Anahita Jalilvand Sep 15
Since it’s fall, it’s time for my annual Buffy the Vampire Slayer re-watching, and no I’m not ashamed but thanks for checking.
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Emily Koeck Sep 12
If you love both the abdomen and the chest, let’s talk after your first good trauma thoracotomy->laparotomy.
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Rhea Liang Sep 13
Because 'diversification' automatically means that education has to be compromised. Of course. 🙄
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Mumba c.k MD 12h
I don’t know these lovely people but I have FOMO 😂🥳 lovely pic
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