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The Perry Initiative is committed to inspiring young women to be leaders in the fields of orthopaedic surgery and engineering, two fields in which women are drastically under-represented.  Learn more about the Perry Initiative and how you can become involved. Perry initiative: www.perryinitiative.org Faculty: Lisa Lattanza, MD: lisa.lattanza@yale.edu Katherine Coyner, MD: coyner@uchc.edu Stephanie Muh, MD: stephanie.muh@gmail.com Felicity Fisk, MD: ffisk1@hfhs.org Lindsay Maier, MD: lmaier1@hfhs.org Caitlin Rugg, MD: Caitlin.Rugg@ucsf.edu   Johnson & Johnson Institute: https://courses.jnjinstitute.com
I’m not a Nurse

I’m not a Nurse

2020-03-1823:43

In this final episode the Henry Ford orthopaedic residents discuss the challenges of being the only female resident in their class; they discuss how they deal with the patient perception that they are a nurse and not a doctor because they are a woman.  Finally, the junior residents ask poignant questions of the senior residents on how to be taken seriously and how to be assertive but not become labeled as difficult.   Thank you for listening to the Dubs in Scrubs podcast.  For more educational content please visit us at https://courses.jnjinstitute.com/.
Unconscious Bias

Unconscious Bias

2020-03-1822:54

In this episode the residents discuss the importance of not only finding a mentor but also an advocate. Someone who will advocate for your success in orthopaedics. They also explore the trials and tribulations of being a female in a male dominated field including the unconscious biases’ they face.
I Drank the Cool Aid

I Drank the Cool Aid

2020-03-1821:28

Hear from 7 female orthopaedic residents from Henry Ford and Dr. Stephanie Muh one of their residency program directors discuss a series of interesting topics including choosing orthopaedics, the importance of asking questions and finding a mentor in residency.
I Am Because You Are

I Am Because You Are

2019-11-2619:35

Diversity in sports medicine is important for patient care. In this episode you will hear from Dr. Amelia Wiggins and her team of health professionals from Women’s Health Center discuss why a multidisciplinary approach can be a recipe for success. You will also hear from one of Dr. Wiggins student athlete patients who has undergone treatment using the multi-disciplinary approach and how she returned to sports success.
Diversity in sports medicine is important for patient care. In this episode you will hear from Dr. Amelia Wiggins and her team of health professionals from the Women’s Health Center discuss how they provide a pathway for female patients to improve their overall well-being after injury. You will also hear from one of Dr. Wiggins patients who has gone through the treatment pathway and how the Women’s Health Center got her back to doing what she loves.
Our panel of experts discusses how the “believe to achieve” mantra and setting your career goals early can lead to personal and professional fulfillment.
Been There, Heard That

Been There, Heard That

2019-10-0420:56

Our clinicians discuss and bust the most common perceived myths about women in orthopedics and how they are ready to change the game.
The Journey

The Journey

2019-10-0426:25

In this episode, five top female sports medicine clinicians talk about their journeys to becoming orthopedic surgeons and the different paths taken that led them to the same career.
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