Hey there, and Happy Holidays! If you are looking for the perfect gift for the doctor in your life, whether that’s YOU or someone else… read on! I’m excited to announce I’ll be speaking at the annual White Coat Investor’s Physician Wellness & Financial Literacy Conference on March 4th-6th. Network and learn from the comfort […]
The TiredSuperheroine blog is all about building your career capital and thriving in a male-dominated field.
Women in the procedural, surgical, and male-dominated fields of medicine can feel isolated from each other, especially when the numbers of women in some fields are so low. Interventional radiology is just 9% female, as an example. This is mirrored in other fields which are surgical in nature, involve emergencies, or require the use of radiation. Hence the need for a relaxing retreat.
When I’ve returned home from national meetings, I have often wished for more time with my female colleagues. Between the educational programming and committee meetings, the time for connecting with colleagues always seemed to fall short.
It’s with this gap in mind that I’ve begun to plan the first Tired Superheroine Retreat.
At this in-person Mastermind Retreat, women in procedural and male-dominated fields will gather in Palm Springs, California to relax & learn from one another.
Excursion to Joshua Tree National Park
CME credits TBD
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Can’t wait to see you there.
Palm Springs Retreat
Retreat for Women Physicians in October of 2021 Women in the procedural, surgical, and male-dominated fields of medicine can feel isolated from each other, especially when the numbers of women in some fields are so low. Interventional radiology is just 9% female, as an example. This is mirrored in other fields which are surgical in […]
...and perfect is the enemy of good.
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As a female physician, are you allowed to be confident? Are you allowing yourself to be confident?
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