Gender Equity - Supporting Parents: Becoming a Parent On-Demand Webinar
Being a gynecologist oncologist is a demanding and rewarding endeavor, involving a great deal of personal sacrifice that often affects our partners and children. The hours/years involved with training and the unpredictable lifestyle oftentimes make it difficult to maintain a “work-life balance.” It has been well documented that work/home conflicts are a strong contributor to physician burnout. Consequently, addressing systemic barriers and institutional culture that contribute to work/home conflicts is paramount.
This webinar features a panel of Gynecologic Oncologists with multiple perspectives regarding pregnancy and parenting. Please join us in listening to the discussants review systemic barriers, cultural barriers, and brainstorm how to better support working Gyn Onc parents!
Renee Cowan, MD | Gynecologic Oncologist | Woman’s Hospital - Baton Rouge, LA
Jennifer C. Gordon, MD | Third year Gynecologic Oncology Fellow | University Hospitals Cleveland and Case Western Reserve
Kenneth Kim, MD, MHPE | Gynecologic Oncologist, Director of Gynecologic Oncology, and Program Director of Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship | Cedar Sinai - Los Angeles, CA
Benjamin Margolis, MD | Gynecologic Oncologist | Albany Medical College - Albany, NY
Irina Tunnage, DO, MHS | Gynecologic Oncology third year fellow | NYU Langone - New York, NY
Marina Stasenko, MD | DIHE Committee Member, Gynecologic Oncologist & Associate Program Director of Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship | NYU Langone - New York, NY
Sudeshna Chatterjee-Paer, MD | DIHE Committee Member, Gynecologic Oncologist | ChristianaCare - Newark, DE