Women in Medicine
The number of women in medicine is steadily rising and in 2019, more women than men enrolled in medical school. MSDC's Women in Medicine Section is physician-led and is dedicated to address the needs of women in medicine. The Section is open to women and men.
Programs and Activities: Since its inception, the Women in Medicine Section has hosted a wide range of in-person and virtual events to further its cause. Highlights of the section's innovative programming include but are not limited to a workshop on work-life boundaries, imposter syndrome and the impact of COVID-19 on women in academic medicine, and a tour of a woman-owned distillery.
If you would like to get involved in the Women in Medicine Section, sign up here.
Women in Medicine Events
2022 MSDC Annual Meeting and Gala
October 28, 2022Save the date for our annual meeting of members/social event.
CME and Spaghetti
October 13, 2022Get some CME hours while enjoying a good meal and networking, thanks to PCRM.
CME and Spaghetti
September 15, 2022Get some CME hours while enjoying a good meal and networking, thanks to PCRM.
National Women Physicians Day
February 3, 2022 5:30 PM to 7:00 PMOnline conversationJoin the Women in Medicine Section as they celebrate the contributions of women to medicine.
Overcoming Holiday Blues and To-Dos
December 9 to 30, 2021OnlineMSDC’s Women in Medicine Section and the Wendt Center for Loss and Healing have partnered for an online workshop on navigating holiday blues and year-end busyness.
Jaya Kasaraneni, MD
Monika Masanam, MD
Dr. Susanne Bathgate (President-elect)
Dr. Kirstiaan Nevin (President)
Dr. J. Desiree Pineda (Board Chair)
Dr. Laurie Duncan (Secretary)
Dr. Theresa Stone (At-large)
Women In Medicine
Financial Services Partner
"While the coronavirus is affecting every area of our lives, many women are encountering a unique set of pressures. We're taking concrete action to help improve women's experiences. We will speak to these new challenges head-on, with timely and relevant insights and advice that can make a real difference in the lives of women today."