Helpful articles and WIA information
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website! Women in Anesthesiology partnered with Pixel Me Pink Austin Web Design to create a new online presence where you can: stay up to date on all of our happenings via our blog donate to us and every dollar goes to support the growth of […]Read More
I love my job. I feel like my work is meaningful, my hospitals provide a very high level of care, the patients are complicated, and I enjoy my colleagues. My training is extensive. My undergraduate degree was in Women’s Studies, but I ultimately went to medical school. I did three years of residency in general […]Read More
If you are a physician reading this, please pat yourself on the back. You made it through medical school and residency so, de facto, you have both resiliency and grit (serious buzzwords, y’all). But as anyone who has gone through these professional challenges, it often doesn’t seem so. I am 44 years old and am […]Read More
A few years ago, my colleagues and I started a non-profit called Women in Anesthesiology. I started medical school late and had two children in residency (earning the delightful label of elderly primigravida or, if you prefer, geriatric pregnancy). My co-resident and I noticed few women in our department, and even fewer in leadership. We […]Read More
Check out what we are up to!Our third annual meeting
Women in Anesthesiology will have its third annual meeting on October 20th in Boston, MA (the evening preceding the start of ASA 2017). Location and agenda to be announced.
A big congrats to these featured WIA members.
Dr. Harriet W. Hopf, M.D., Professor of Anesthesiology, received the University of Utah’s Linda K. Amos Award for Distinguished Service to Women last month. https://attheu.utah.edu/facultystaff/fostering-womens-growth-and-achievement/Read More