Alison Christy, MD, PhD utilizes fun, irreverent stories of women from the history of medicine to illustrate how we can increase diversity and underrepresented minorities in medicine.
Alison Christy, MD, PhD shares the story of Harriet Edgeworth, PhD, who developed myasthenia gravis after the 1918 flu, but was dismissed by doctors at the time.
Alison Christy, MD, PhD, tells us about the life and advocacy of Dr. Mary Putnam Jacobi, the first female physician to focus on neurology.
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Cindy Tsai, MD addresses healers who want to make a big impact and contribute powerfully to the world. Join this session to learn how to make friends with fear so you don’t sabotage yourself and, instead, become unstoppable.
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Beth Gelman, MD reviews the signs of toilet training readiness and the techniques used to teach your toddler, including common challenges.
Kara Wada, MD lectures on why immune boosting isn’t the answer for those with autoimmunity or allergies and walk away with 5 practical and sustainable strategies to balance your misbehaving immune system.
Tomi Mitchell, MD showcases elements necessary for elevating your personal and professional relationships in an ever-changing, unpredictable world with fierce competition to stand out and succeed.
Funke Afolabi-Brown, MD says that the CDC declared insufficient sleep as a public health epidemic. Come and learn how to build systems as individuals and organizations, and disrupt the narrative.
Sadaf Lodhi DO shares why comprehensive and culturally-relevant sexual health education is a core ingredient to improving and maintaining a person’s mental and physical well being (and why it benefits society as a whole)
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