Day in the Life: Our First Medical Conference

This is the story of four women who, only hours after finishing their first year of medical school, travelled west to seek knowledge, mentorship, and community at the 32nd Annual Women in Medicine Conference. Women in Medicine (WIM) is an organization started in 1984 as a medical education retreat for lesbian physicians, other sexual minority female physicians, medical students, their partners and their children. It is one of the longest standing LGBTQ medical organizations in the United States. Read more

Through My Eyes: Fareedat on the Intersection of Healthcare and Civic Responsibility

I had a lot of mixed feelings about participating in the White Coats for Black Lives Die-In protesting racism and police brutality back in December. My initial excitement gave way to fear and hesitation as the protest began. I had the fortune of sharing in this demonstration hand in hand with Dr. Reena Karani. The connection I felt between us transformed my fear into pride and empowerment.

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