Women in Ophthalmology A Comprehensive Guide for Career and Life /
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Women in Ophthalmology A Comprehensive Guide for Career and Life /

There are nearly 24,000 ophthalmologists in the United States, with 500 physicians newly entering the ophthalmology field each year and approximately half of those being women. Although women now represent approximately half of all ophthalmologists, gender disparities remain when it comes to certain...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Weng, Christina Y. (Editor, http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/edt), Berrocal, Audina M. (Editor, http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/edt)
Format: Online Book
Published: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2021.
Edition:1st ed. 2021.
Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • Part I. Education and Training
  • The Beginning: Match and Residency
  • Choosing a Fellowship and How to Stand Out
  • Part II. Starting Your Career
  • How to Get a Great Position in Private Practice
  • Finding a Great Job in Academics
  • As You Start a Career in Academic Medicine: Priming for Success
  • Starting Your Own Practice
  • Building Your Clinical Practice and Reputation
  • Part III. Patient Care
  • Staying at the Forefront of Your Field: Embracing the New
  • Improving Efficiency with EMR in Your Clinic and OR
  • Dealing with Complications and Avoiding Medicolegal Issues
  • Handling the Unexpected In Ocular Surgery
  • Part IV. Research
  • The Ins and Outs of Clinical Trials
  • Becoming a Successful Clinical Trialist
  • How to Successfully Publish and Present Your Research
  • Publishing and Presenting Clinical Research
  • Part V. Teaching
  • Delivering an Engaging Lecture
  • Teaching in a Busy Clinical Setting
  • Teaching Surgery
  • Part VI. Dealing With Conflict
  • Sexual Harassment in Ophthalmology
  • Managing Conflict in the Workplace
  • Experiencing Health Issues as a Physician
  • Part VII. Family Matters
  • Romantic Relationships
  • Parenting During Training
  • Motherhood and Medicine
  • Professorship and Parenthood
  • Balancing Academic Career and Parenthood: Ten Thoughts and One Bonus on Success
  • Dual Professional Career Relationships
  • Part VIII. Leadership
  • Leadership for YOs (Young Ophthalmologists)
  • Preparing for Service in Whatever Comes Your Way
  • How to Be an Effective Fellowship Program Director
  • Keys to Public Speaking
  • Part IX. Career Advancement
  • Getting Promoted to Associate Professor
  • A Less Paved Road: Switching Careers and Taking an Unorthodox Path
  • Setbacks & Second Chances
  • Part X. Working with Industry
  • Collaborating with Industry
  • Why Industry Values the Female Perspective
  • Demystifying Pharma and BioTech - Applying Ophthalmology to Make New Tools
  • Part XI. Work Life Balance
  • Work-Life Balance and Avoiding Burnout
  • Making the Most Out of Academic Meetings
  • Social Media and Privacy Issues
  • Part XII. Personal Finances
  • Setting the Course for a Successful Future With Better Financial Planning
  • Personal Finances and Career Decisions
  • Part XIII. Mentorship and Networking
  • Effective Mentoring: A Guide for Mentors and Mentees
  • Mentorship
  • To Brand or Be Branded
  • Promoting Yourself and Your Brand .