Y’all. 2020 isn’t over (nor is the pandemic). And 2021 is going to have a really bad start… Just because we have a vaccine in the infancy of being distributed does not mean we are even remotely close to this being over. I have been following our local numbers since March. I remember when we got… Read the Post »
As I’ve gotten older, I have wished less for things and more for memories and experiences with loved ones. I’ve wished that political madness would just come to a screeching halt, I’ve wished for health for myself and my family, I’ve wished for old and new relationships to deepen, and I’ve also wished for that perfect… Read the Post »
Another physician recently asked the large Physician Mom Group for their take on the causes of burnout in women. The usual list of things filled the comments: EHR Too many patients, too little time Too many meetings Others expecting 100% all the time at work and at home Managing home and work life Being the breadwinner… Read the Post »
The American Medical Association has deemed September as Women in Medicine month. #WIMMonth And TODAY, is Women in Medicine Day! I’m off and enjoying a night out with some girlfriends (not in medicine) to celebrate. If we learned anything on September 1st, it’s that physician moms have a huge voice, support for each other, and are… Read the Post »
Gary Tigges says “female physicians do not work as hard” and nothing needs to be “done”.