I remember one sunny day in Chicago, in June 2011, when my husband and I packed up our two young children, aged 2 and 5 months.  Professional movers had collected our belongings and had driven off a day prior.  We were headed out of state, to my first job at an academic hospital.  It had been a rather hectic few months for me, having just had a baby 5 months ...

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So, how do you do it all? It’s a Monday morning.  After a flurry of activities, I am walking into the office at 8:00 a.m.  I think back to the past 2  to 3 hours.  I was up at 5:30 a.m., and in my workout clothes soon after.  I managed to squeeze in a 20-minute workout, thanks to a video on YouTube.  I then reviewed my schedule and patient charts for ...

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Dear doctor mom, I’ve been a physician for 13 years.  For the past 7 years, I have also been a mom.  A growing number of experiences made me decide to write this letter.  I hope other moms don’t attack me.  I do not mean to downplay their struggles, or to insinuate that doctor moms necessarily all have a harder time compared to other moms.  I only focus on you, because I ...

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