As a physician, Dr. Christine Vo knows about healing, but she firmly believes in the power of storytelling to heal as well! In this episode, she shares a few stories of her own in addition to what it was like authoring a chapter in book 4 of The Chronicles of Women in White Coats. Tune in to hear how this sister doc’s outlook on healing has changed over time!
Dr. Christine Vo is a board-certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist and Life Coach for high-achieving women. She received her undergraduate degree from UC San Diego, and medical degree at Boston University. She completed residency training in OBGYN at the University of Hawaii.
She has been in OBGYN practice for over a decade taking care of women and their families. Dr. Vo served as a physician in the US Air Force, and now continues to practice in the civilian world. After going through a period of burnout, aside from the support of her family, coaching was a critical factor to her recovery.
[01:38] How the power of storytelling pushed Dr. Vo to contribute to book 4
[06:57] The obstacles she has faced as woman in medicine
[12:16] What most women physicians fail to do when starting out in their career
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