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Alberta Health Services removed proposal for discrimination investigator from report on women in medical leadership. By via
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#WomenInMedicine Chat Jun 9
Awesome input everybody! Now it's time for Q3: What are some learner only opportunities that are available to students? Any that are not specific to a certain healthcare discipline?
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#WomenInMedicine Chat Jun 9
Great responses every1! Now it's time 4 Q2: 4those going onto specialized training(high acuity training like NICU, residency, fellowship etc.), what R specific opportunities they should look out 4? Any activities, committees etc. they should try 2participate in?
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#WomenInMedicine Chat Jun 9
Feel free to keep introducing yourselves, while we get started with Q1: What is one specific piece of advice for those starting school in a healthcare discipline? For the incoming students, what is one question you'd want to ask the community?
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#WomenInMedicine Chat Jun 9
Welcome to chat! We'll get started in 8 mins with Q1. Please introduce yourself & make sure to use for all of your tweets for tonight's chat on advice for new healthcare learners with my, 's, amazing co-moderator, .
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Jackie Ivey-Brown 28m
The Working Woman’s Handbook .
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Stacy Goldbaum, DO Jun 9
Replying to @womeninmedchat
A4. It's hard to find out about a region you're applying to when you've never been there. Google the closest mall and see what stores are there. It will tell you a ton about the area
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Shruti Patel Jun 11
Would recommend reading study on gender bias in evaluations! Phrases exclusively seen in women’s evaluations: 🚨 “always smiling” 🚨”an absolute gem” 🚨”never seems to get upset or angry” 🚨”solid, consistent work with no fuss”
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Nathan Letts, PhD 2h
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Sasha Sabir MD Jun 9
Hi, Sasha here! This is my first chat, excited to be here! Q1 my advice for those starting is to actually schedule a time once a week as leisure time. Whether that means time with friends or a date with your SO or a solo dance class. Something just for you.
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Cleveland Clinic Florida 7m
Congratulations to , Dir. of , who was elected a member of the prestigious Clinical Practice Guideline Committee. We know you will make significant contributions to the practice of oncology.
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Charlotte Durand Jun 9
Hi everyone 🥰 Charlotte here. PGY3 doc from Australia keen on EM/disaster med
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Amy Oxentenko M.D. Jun 9
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A3. Many societies have student membership that is free or significantly reduced cost. Their meetings often have student/trainee sessions on training related issues, as well as fun social events for trainees. There are student sections to many associations!
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ShereeseM, MS/MBA Jun 9
Q1 Don't wait for someone to tell you what to learn and when to study. You must take the initiative to learn, study, and apply learned material. Remember, you left your parents at home.
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#WomenInMedicine Chat Jun 9
TYVM to all of U chat people 4 participating tonight! Make sure to give a big TYVM for her great questions. I, , hope to see you all back in 2 weeks for another fantastic chat! Have an lovely week and a great Father's Day next Sunday!
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