Posts tagged women in medicine
Integrating traditional medicine with herbal medicine: Meet Anne Kennard, DO

What was the turning point or inspiration for you to make a major shift in your career? What are you doing differently now? My major shift in my career came after I was diagnosed with my own autoimmune health crisis and was forced to take unexpected time off. During this time I developed my love of herbal medicine, enrolling in a course to become a Clinical Herbalist, wrote my Integrative Medicine Cookbook, developed a line of herbal postpartum care products and topical herbal shingles relief, and began to ask myself what I really wanted to do (Not work at night! Use Integrative Medicine proudly, rather than working it into my "traditional" practice)!

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From Family Medicine to Unboxing Expert: Meet Dr Carla Cork

Schools are packed and working overtime to facilitate the basics, but there is no one reaching out directly to inspire these students to be bold, be brave, and believe they can really become a physician and change the world they see! I feel I need to use my gift to help guide students to seek and soar the highest heights.

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From clinician to writer, radio host and entrepreneur: Meet Carly Snyder, MD - Reproductive and Perinatal Psychiatrist

TransforMD: What was the turning point or inspiration for you to make a major shift in your career? What are you doing differently now?

Carly: I began writing and connected with a writing partner, who is a G-D send and remains a fixture in my life. He pushed me to submit an essay to the Huffington Post and, shockingly, Arianna Huffington responded within a few days offering me a blog. This email happened to arrive the night before I ran my first NYC marathon, six months after having my third baby - talk about a big weekend!

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From Standing on the Diving Board to Diving in Headfirst: Meet Orthopedic Surgeon (and TransforMD 2019 Alum!) Dr. Nancy Yen Shipley

TransforMD is truly what it promises - a transforming conference for women physicians. I was impressed by how it worked for a variety of specialties, phases of life and career and how much or how little one wanted to be in clinical medicine vs non-clinical. I knew I was stagnant - and I needed change - but before attending and starting this journey, I had no idea how. The work is never done, but I feel the conference gave me the tools to figure it out.

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