Posts Tagged ‘work-life balance’

January 8th, 2014

Women in Cardiology: The Challenge to Have Both Career and Family

Monika Sanghavi shares why she’s tackling the important topic of the under-representation of women in cardiology and the reasons behind it, particularly the challenge of balancing a demanding career with family.

November 13th, 2011

Not Just Pomp and Circumstance

The AHA Opening Session is something I usually avoid, maybe because I feel a bit uncomfortable in large, dark rooms with flashing lights and very loud music (a setup that seems to favor the visually gifted but audiologically impaired). Admittedly, when the recipients of the Distinguished Scientist awards were paraded across the stage to a […]

August 25th, 2010

Is There a Generation Gap in Cardiology?

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A brief posting in the Wall Street Journal Health Blog on the clash of generations in the medical workplace recently caught our attention. The Blog summarizes a commentary by Sharon Phelan in Obstetrics & Gynecology, which  posits that “different attitudes about work and life held by members of different generations can create tensions and clashes in the […]