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#WomenInMedicine Chat 13h
Amazing responses everyone, please feel free to keep the conversation going, but we are going to move on to our 2nd quote (visual below) from and What thoughts or feelings does this quote about fitting in vs. belonging evoke?
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#WomenInMedicine Chat 13h
Fantastic insights everybody. Thanks so much for sharing. Now it's time for our 3rd quote (visual below) from and . What do U think about the relationship b/w vulnerability, creativity & innovation? What does this mean for ?
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#WomenInMedicine Chat 13h
Plz feel free 2keep introducing URselves as we get started w/ our 1st quote (visual below) from , the famous "Man in the Arena" speech from Theodore Roosevelt as quoted by . Please share UR thoughts, feelings, impressions on the quote. TY
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#WomenInMedicine Chat 13h
Thanks so much for all your thoughtful input. And last, but certainly least it's time for our 5th quote(visual below) from in . What are some ways you have won, but not come in first? What does being brave look like in your life?
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Carina Seah 13h
A3: I think we need to realize that it takes a lot of privilege to be in a place to freely take risks. The margin for failure is just much greater. It is easy for me to say it is good to fail, but for many it is not an option
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#WomenInMedicine Chat 13h
Awesome ideas everyone. Thank you for sharing. Now it's time for our 4th quote(visual below) from in it's a long one, but worth the read I promise! Please share your thoughts! , ,
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Laura Desveaux, PhD 13h
A1- Achievement is rooted in purpose. Unrelenting commitment and passion drives purpose forward. But clarity of purpose is 🔑 to withstand tough times and tougher critics. Lucky for us the arena is filled with brilliant 🚺 committed to a shared purpose 👊🏼
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Devika Das,MD 13h
Q1 speaks to all of us, being ! Blazing trails like never before and to not be bogged down by glass ceilings or the criticism directed against our ambitions or life choices .
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Amy G Dala MD Apr 18
Almost done with school year but today is the day I finally corrected my 4th grader's teacher when he called me Mrs and not Dr. Because I earned title, because it's a strong example for young girls, and because dammit stop calling me my mother-in-law's name.
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Lauren Kuwik MD 1h
After a (usually) full weekend I need to get to bed early to catch up for Monday. 8 worked very well or even 830. Sorry to miss some very interesting topics.
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#WomenInMedicine Chat Apr 14
Please feel free to keep introducing yourselves while we get started with Q1: What were some career defining moments that were unexpected or changed your trajectory?
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Susan Hingle Apr 17
“There is a special place in heaven for women who support other women.”
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Indu Partha, MD FACP 12h
I need to stay true to my moral compass. And my passion and joy. (2/2)
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ShereeseM, MS/MBA 13h
The reason many non-affected don't start these critical conversations is that they can't always see the problem. Its the pedagogy of the oppressed. Those who suffer can see; those who are entitled can't see.
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#WomenInMedicine Chat Apr 14
Welcome to chat! We'll get started in 6 mins w/ Q1. Plz introduce yourself & make sure to use for every tweet for tonight's chat on taking non-traditional routes through medical education with my, 's, great co-moderator, .
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Emma Claire Phillips Apr 19
Writing about gender bias as a part of the hidden curriculum for an essay for my masters, finding trawling through the tweet history of great for inspiration!!
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Gabby Rich Apr 18
Today I showed up (mostly uninvited) to a hospital admin meeting to discuss OB patient safety. I was the first resident to go to these meetings. Maternal mortality involves all of us. Your voice is important. We aren’t “just” residents.
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SAIRA BUTT 13h
A3 we all the need the space to fail, learn from failure, collaborate, learn from others, move forward. Medicine needs to learn that same results can be achieved in many creative ways & will make participants more enthusiastic than grouchy
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Ana Safavi, MD 13h
A4. Med schools aren't just afraid of having conversations about discrimination and harassment of trainees. They're actively hostile toward anyone (trainees or even faculty members) who dare to raise the issue. They will destroy you to set an example for others.
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Atasha Jordan 13h
It's also important to note that sometimes feelings of not fitting in might truly be a signal that you don't belong. This doesn't have to be a bad thing. We weren't made to occupy all spaces.
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