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Boundaries for Women Physicians: Love Your Life and Career in Medicine
February 2, 2022 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm CST
Find Out How Establishing Boundaries
Can Free You Up to Enjoy More and Struggle Less
February 2nd, 8 pm ET
Register to Attend Live or to Receive Access to the Recorded Session
and the Ebook and companion Workbook Download
Get the Kindle ebook for only $0.99 will be available to AMWA members who register for the event
Are you a woman physician who struggles to say “no”? Do you feel overwhelmed by the needs of your patients, staff, colleagues, family, and everyone else? Are you so exhausted and burned out that you are considering cutting back or quitting your medical career? If so, Boundaries for Women Physicians: Love Your Life and Career in Medicine, is written for you.
In this book, Dr. Tammie Chang, a practicing pediatric hematologist/oncologist, best-selling author, and certified leadership coach, shares valuable, practical advice on how to thrive as a woman physician. In brief and focused chapters, Dr. Chang provides honest, loving insights into the universal struggles faced by female doctors today through the example of three relatable women physicians and reveals how women can set boundaries to prioritize their own well-being. Dr. Chang shows how, from this place of strength, women physicians have the power to not only survive but also thrive and love their lives, creating joy from the inside out.
- Why Boundaries Are Necessary
- Start by Knowing Who You Are
- Strategies to Create Boundaries at Work
- Establishing expectations for your multiple roles
- Recognizing the need to address boundaries around money
- Identifying Energy Zappers, Energy Givers, and Energy Mehs
- Forming a Whole-Life Boundary Plan
Put into all together so you can Live Your Vision and Bring it to the World
About the Author
Tamara Chang, MD, is a board-certified physician in pediatric hematology/oncology at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital in Tacoma, Washington She is the Medical Director of the MultiCare Provider Wellness Program and Founder and Director of her hospital’s Pediatric Cancer Survivorship Program.
Dr. Chang is Program Director of AMWA ELEVATE—National Certification Program in Leadership Fundamentals for Women Physicians and she serves as the Washington State Physician Branch President of American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA). She is co-Founder of Pink Coat, MD, a safe, supportive and loving community for women physicians that supports them in doing their best work and living their best lives, and the founder of her empowerment and leadership coaching practice.
She earned her bachelor’s degree and medical degree from Brown University and completed a four-year combined internal medicine and pediatrics residency at the University of Massachusetts. She completed her fellowship in pediatric hematology/oncology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital where she also served on staff as a solid tumor oncologist upon completing her fellowship training.