Episode 248 : Lauren Feld On Pregnancy During Medical Training

Featured Guest: Lauren Feld

  • Sep 16, 2021

“It’s sort of this taboo topic”

Dr. Lauren Feld is a Transplant Hepatology fellow after finishing the GI component of her fellowship who has written about workforce gender equity and parental leave policies for medical trainees. She joins us during Women In Medicine Month to discuss interviewing for both fellowship and attending positions while pregnant, the articles she’s written, and the experience of navigating pregnancy during medical training and being a mentor to others.

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Twitter: @LaurenFeldMD

“Interviewing For Two”

“Baby Steps In The Right Direction”

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