Powering Through Life
Regardless of what profession one is in – whether the CEO of a firm, an actress in Bollywood, a journalist or a surgeon, one has to be able to deal with adversity in the workplace. Being a Woman Surgeon by Dr. Preeti R John, is a compilation of personal narratives that offers a vivid portrayal of the culture of surgery from a woman’s perspective. It is the first anthology of its kind in the world, with contributions by a multidisciplinary group of women surgeons.
“Despite differences in age, background and race, we have one thing in common: we have persevered to become trained in this demanding profession and are passionate in what we do – making a difference in other people’s lives.” Dr Preeti R. John, along with other women surgeons narrate stories and anecdotes from a field they believe is as gruelling as it is satisfying.
On the realities of being women surgeons
On navigating biases
On finding mentors
On whether the hard life is worth it
On finding a work-life balance
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