Do you find yourself trying to be perfect? It’s time to change your way of thinking! In this episode, Dr. Christine Vo interviews Dr. Julie Lindower, both authors in book 4 of The Chronicles of Women in White Coats. Dr. Lindower talks about her book chapter and the importance of connecting with others over our imperfections. Tune in for a refreshing and authentic conversation about what it means to be human!
Dr. Julie Lindower is a newborn intensive care doctor at the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital in Iowa City, Iowa. She is excited to listen, learn and grow with Women in White Coats! Dr. Lindower views her work as an intentional effort to help create an environment in which children and their families can be healthy and live meaningful lives. She especially enjoys sharing the vocation of medicine with health professions students, who bring her a sense of hope for the future!
[06:03] How Dr. Lindower got involved with the book project
[08:28] The main theme in her book chapter
[12:03] What Dr. Lindower wished she knew when starting out in her career
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