Are you a doctor and a mother trying to navigate a career and motherhood at the same time? In this episode, Dr. Archana sits down with Dr. Sarah Rosanel who has figured out the right balance for her family. She will share her insight on how you can learn to adjust as a family to have the quality time each member of your family needs. She breaks down what her family has done to adjust and how she is able to balance attending her kid’s activities and working full-time. It’s worth a listen to hear her valuable tips on how you can also find the right balance for you and your family. This is an episode not to miss!
Dr. Sarah Rosanel is one of the 2022 Women in White Coats Hero Nominees. She is a graduate of Yeshiva University Stern College and currently teaches there as an Associate Professor of Biology teaching Biology of Women’s health. She is finishing up her Cardiology Fellowship and is joining the ACC women in cardiology (WIC) leadership council as one of the 16 members. Throughout her cardiology training as a fellow, she became the Fellow in Training (FIT) Representative and joined the FIT Chapter Reps Network. Her passion for Women’s right and equality drew her to the NYACC Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force as a member. She is an active member of the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology. She has written numerous articles on multiple topics, has given hundreds of local and national lectures and has served as an editor/reviewer for several scientific journals. She is a wife and a mother of 3 beautiful children. You can connect with her at @DrRosanel on Twitter and Instagram and Dr. Sarah (Rosine) Rosanel, MD on LinkedIn.
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Dr. Rosanel did a fabulous job timing her personal life and training–congratulations! Her success was possible due to her can-do-attitude that was aided by a very supportive partner, solid mental & physical health, good social structure, and a healthy family. Lining up the stars isn’t easy and hiccups do happen even when one does everything right or tries. Her being ok with her daughter’s criticism of other mothers not being able to drive “when they don’t even work” and general comment afterward sounds awfully like hubris lacking empathy for a mother-physician still young and early in her career. I do wish Dr. Rosanel continued future success. Would also appreciate podcasts showcasing more seasoned women physicians.