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081– Balancing Locums and Global Surgery

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081– Balancing Locums and Global Surgery

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January 21, 2019
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081– Balancing Locums and Global Surgery

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I’m happy and excited to interview Dr.Suzanne Yoder about the global humanitarian work that she does. I watched her speak at the Global Surgery forum at the American College of Surgeons. By balancing locums, humanitarian work and her personal life – she’s living life on her own terms.

After this episode, you’ll learn that there’s more to medicine than being a surgeon. Where you chose to spend your time and how you spend your time matters.

Things you’ll learn in this episode:

  • How she got introduced to Global Surgery
  • Dr. Suzanne’s biggest challenges doing the work that she does
  • How she managed the cultural differences practicing in countries outside of the United States
  • The key to success for any public health program catering to a local community
  • Financial issues and sacrifices she experienced being a locums doc
  • How she answers #Imnotjustadoc

 

Things mentioned in the show:

Community Coalition for Haiti

Tripit App

ACS Meetings

 

Learn more about Suzanne Yoder and connect with her at:

LinkedIn

Email: [email protected]

 

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