Featured Guests
    • Clinical Pathology
    Chair, Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS) Committee on Women in Medicine
    Chair, Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS) Committee on Women in Medicine
    • Senior Medical Consultant, Inspector, Medical Review Officer and Laboratory Director at MCS
    Dr. Cajigas is a Senior Medical Consultant, Inspector, Medical Review Officer and Laboratory Director who trained in pathology at the major Harvard Hospitals. At the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), in addition to cytopathology, she specialized with the late Dr. Robert Scully, a giant in gynecologic pathology and brilliant editor of the NEJM Case Records of MGH. He instilled in Dr. Cajigas a love for women's health, encouraging her to Chair the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS) Committee on Women in Medicine (CWIM), which she has been revamping. In that role, Dr. Cajigas has advanced women's health and leadership by her major contribution to creating the first Women's Health Forum and reformatting the Women's Leadership Program. She is revamping the women's section of the MMS Library and spearheading a new book of inspiring stories of women physicians. Additionally, Dr. Cajigas has been empowering physicians by involving them in events and honoring them with Certificates and/or inducting them into an "Honor Roll" she masterminded. Dr. Cajigas has served as a member of the MMS House of Delegates and several committees. She also has been advancing women's health through Keynote addresses, panels, health fairs, radio and television programs. A visionary, teacher and altruist, Dr. Cajigas has a track record of holding multiple leadership positions, teaching students, trainees and peers, as well as the community at-large, creating awareness about health topics in addition to opportunities for community involvement and personal and professional enrichment. Dr. Cajigas directed the entire Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Department and multiple laboratories of a Harvard-affiliated institution. She continues directing clinical laboratories and leading national laboratory inspection teams. Dr. Cajigas has received many recognitions for her contributions to medicine, women's health, community service, outstanding service and leadership.
    • Internal Medicine
    • Primary Care
    President & CEO of The Dimock Center
    President & CEO of The Dimock Center
    • Member of Commonwealth of Massachusetts Health Planning Council Advisory Committee at Commonwealth of Massachusetts
    Dr. Myechia Minter-Jordan is the President & CEO of The Dimock Center, a community institution serving Boston's Roxbury, Dorchester, Mattapan and Jamaica Plain neighborhoods. As the second largest health center in Boston, Dimock is considered a national model of comprehensive health and human services with an emphasis on the integration of clinical and behavioral health practices. Dr. Jordan is a graduate of Brown University School of Medicine and Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business with an MBA in Health Services. After graduation, she joined Johns Hopkins first as an Attending Physician and Instructor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medical Center and subsequently as Director of Medical Consultation Services at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. In 2007, Dr. Jordan moved to Boston to become Chief Medical Officer for The Dimock Center. In her role of Chief Medical Officer, she aggressively pursued opportunities that made additional resources and expertise available to the community institution. An innovative physician administrator, Dr. Jordan was responsible for the successful transition to the Electronic Medical Record, established Dimock’s first Institutional Review Board to pave the way for research using human subjects, and in 2012 led the effort to secure a $4.9 million federal grant from HRSA (Health Resource Services Administration), to expand and transform the health center facility into a medical home. Dr. Jordan played a leadership role in developing the Harvard Primary Care Center Initiative that partners academic hospitals and community health centers to transform into patient centered medical homes. Through her work with the Harvard Catalyst Clinical and Translational Science Center, she also created an infrastructure for clinical research at Dimock, which will ensure that patients are meaningfully engaged in the creation and approval of research initiatives. Dr. Minter-Jordan’s collaborative approach has led to significant partnerships linking Dimock to world-class institutions such as The Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Partners HealthCare. Widely respected for her expertise and insight, Dr. Jordan has published articles in medical publications including The New England Journal of Medicine. She was recently appointed to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Health Planning Council Advisory Committee and the Boston Public Health Commission. She has also served as one of seven governor-appointed physician members of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Registration. Dr. Minter-Jordan also currently serves on the Advisory Board for the Kraft Center for Community Health at Partners Health Care, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, The Boston Foundation, The Children’s Museum Advisory Board, and the Steering Committee for the Center for Primary Care. Dr. Minter-Jordan lives in West Roxbury with her husband and two young daughters.
    • Plastic Surgery
    Associate Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School
    Associate Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School
    Susan Pories, MD, FACS is an Associate Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School and the Medical Director of The Hoffman Breast Center at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is the Secretary/Treasurer for Mount Auburn Hospital Medical Staff. Dr. Pories is the Past-President of the Association of Women Surgeons and the Co-Chair of the American College of Surgeons Women in Surgery Committee. She co-chairs the HMS Academy Writing for Scholarship Interest Group and is the Associate Co-Director of the Arts & Humanities @HMS Committee. She was awarded the 2010 A. Clifford Barger Excellence in Mentoring Award by Harvard Medical School and 2010 Mount Auburn Hospital Rheta Foster Award for the care of breast cancer patients and their families. She is co-editor of The Soul of a Doctor, co-author of Cancer: Biography of a Disease, and co-editor of Navigating Your Surgical Career, The AWS Guide to Success (release planned for 2015).
    • Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Chair, OBGYN Dept, BIDMC
    Chair, OBGYN Dept, BIDMC
    Dr. Hope Ricciotti specializes in obstetrics and gynecology, with additional clinical interests in reducing healthcare disparities in women’s health, specifically in regard to prenatal care, nutrition, teenage pregnancy prevention, contraception, and cervical cancer screening and prevention. She is both Chair and residency program director in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at BIDMC. Dr. Ricciotti is co-chair of the Resident as Teacher Interest Group for the Harvard Medical School Academy, the obstetrican/gynecologist Clerkship Committee chair for Harvard Medical School, and a member of the Harvard Medical School Curriculum Committee. In addition to educating the medical community, Dr. Ricciotti is committed to educating the public. She is a contributor to many magazines and is co-author of several cookbooks and women’s health textbooks.
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    Lisa Hofler, MD, MPH, MBA serves as Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Division of Family Planning, at the University of New Mexico, where she is the associate director of the Family Planning Fellowship and medical director of the UNM Center for Reproductive Health. Dr Hofler’s professional memberships include the Society of Family Planning and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

     

     

     

    Dr Hofler trained as an engineer before receiving a joint MD/MPH from Emory University School of Medicine and Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, Atlanta, Georgia, with a concentration in Epidemiology. She completed residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA, where she received several teaching awards and was selected as Administrative Chief Resident. She earned an MBA from Emory University Goizueta Business School, Atlanta, Georgia, during her Family Planning Fellowship at Emory University. Dr Hofler’s interests include implementation research, postpartum and complex contraception, and medical education.

     

    • Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Gynecologist, Newton-Wellesley Hospital
    Gynecologist, Newton-Wellesley Hospital
    • Partner at Gynecology Partners, PC
    Dr. McGrory chose a career in gynecology because it allowed her the opportunity to care for women and utilize her surgical skills. Dr. McGrory is a graduate of Smith College where she studied biochemistry and studio art. She received her medical degree from the Dartmouth Brown program in medicine in 1985. In 1989, she completed her residency at Tufts New England Medical Center and St. Margaret's Hospital for Women. Dr. McGrory has been involved in cervical cancer education and its link to HPV infection. This has helped her care for the patient with an abnormal pap smear. She enjoys helping patients with perimenopausal symptoms, fibroid management and minimally invasive surgery. She also has a special interest in pediatric and adolescent gynecology. Dr.McGrory is Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology. She was chief of gynecology at Dedham Medical Associated from 1998-2001. She has practiced at Newton-Wellesley Hospital since 1990, where she served on the Executive Committee and the Gynecology Surgical Committee. She is a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive
    • Pediatric Nephrology
    Founder, Academic Women for Equality Now
    Founder, Academic Women for Equality Now
    Pascale Lane, MD, serves as a Professor of Pediatrics in the section of Pediatric Nephrology at the Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center. Her interest in the role of women in academic medical leadership led her to found Academic Women for Equality Now as a project for Vision2020. She serves with many groups for women in medicine, including the Group on Women in Medicine and Science for the Association of American Medical Colleges, the alumnae board for the Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine for Women, and the American Medical Women’s Association. Dr. Lane is a member of many professional organizations in Nephrology and associated scientific disciplines. She performs and publishes basic, clinical, and educational research, teaches in the lecture hall and clinic, and cares for patients in her specialty. Other interests include faculty development, particularly writing skills, research administration, and the evolving role of social media in medicine and science. In 2008 the American Society of Nephrology selected her as founding editor of ASN Kidney News, its national magazine. She also wrote The Promotion Game: Your Guide to Success in the Academic Medical Center.
    • Surgical Critical Care
    Associate Professor of Surgery, Trauma & Critical Care, Northwestern
    Associate Professor of Surgery, Trauma & Critical Care, Northwestern
    Marie Crandall, MD, MPH, FACS is an Associate Professor of Surgery in the Division of Trauma and Critical Care Surgery and is an Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine. She is originally from Detroit, MI, a product of Head Start and local public schools. Dr. Crandall obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Neurobiology from U.C. Berkeley and attended medical school at the Charles R. Drew/U.C.L.A program in Los Angeles. She finished her General Surgery residency at Rush University & Cook County Hospital in 2001. In 2003, Dr. Crandall completed a Trauma & Surgical Critical Care Fellowship at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, WA, where she also obtained a Masters in Public Health from the University of Washington. She has been on staff at Northwestern since August 2003. Dr. Crandall performs emergency general and trauma surgery, staffs the SICU, and is an active health services researcher. She has published extensively in the areas of injury risk factors and outcomes, disparities, and violence prevention.
    • Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Director of Womens Health Services, Florida Medical Center and Founder, Elite Obstetrics & Gynecology
    Director of Womens Health Services, Florida Medical Center and Founder, Elite Obstetrics & Gynecology
    Dr. Lanalee Araba Sam is a Diplomate of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, who has been practicing medicine for over 17 years. She graduated from the University of Toronto with an honors degree in Psychology, before attending the prestigious University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in Philadelphia. After receiving her MD, Dr. Sam completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown, PA., before relocating to South Florida in 2002. She founded Elite Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2004, a boutique-concept private practice committed to providing exceptional healthcare to discerning women who want uncompromised medical services. Clinically, Dr. Sam has distinguished herself as a top specialist in laparoscopic minimally invasive surgery. Literally, on the cutting edge of the most advanced medical technology, in 2007 Dr. Sam performed the first-ever robotic assisted total laparoscopic hysterectomy in Palm Beach County. She is the Director of Gynecologic Robotic Surgery at the West Boca Medical Center and the Director of Women’s Health Services at Florida Medical Center. Dr. Sam is an active member of numerous associations including the American Medical Association, the American Medical Women’s Association, the Broward County Medical Association, and the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists. Moreover, as a dedicated proponent of women’s health, Dr. Sam has been the recipient of numerous grants, awards and honors for her philanthropic work and medical research. In April 2014 she was deemed one of S. Florida’s 50 most Powerful and Influential Black Professionals and most recently her international reach was recognized in London at the Women 4 Africa Awards May 2015. In addition to her busy professional schedule, Dr. Sam regularly volunteers her time serving on Boards and as Chairperson for numerous community organizations that have included YMCA of Broward, the Jim and Jan Moran’s Boys & Girls Club, the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Cycle for Life, and Women In Distress’ Starfish Circle, in addition to creating her own Elite Women’s Foundation in 2009. Most recently she served as the team physician for the Freedom Challenge successfully summiting Mt Kilimanjaro March 2015 and raising over one million dollars to fight human trafficking. Dr. Sam is happily divorced, adores her eleven year old son, Shane, loves reading, playing soccer, tennis, world travel and is an avid triathlete having competed in over twenty-five triathlons, ten five K races and two half marathons, since her first season in 2010.
    • Orthopaedic Surgery
    President of the American Medical Women’s Association
    President of the American Medical Women’s Association
    Kim Templeton, MD is Professor of orthopaedic surgery at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City. She has been the orthopaedic residency program director for the past several years, while also serving on the Graduate Medical Education executive committee. In 2013, Dr. Templeton was elected to the National Board of Medical Examiners, after spending several years on various committees, task forces, and review committees. She was named “Top Doc” by Ingram’s magazine and received the Marjorie J. Siddridge leadership award for women in medicine from the University of Kansas in 2012. She received the Elizabeth Blackwell Award for outstanding contributions to the cause of women in the field of medicine by the American Medical Women’s Association in 2013 and the inaugural Women Leaders in Medicine Award from the American Medical Student Association in 2008. She was named to the University of Kansas Women’s Hall of Fame and an honorary alumnus of the University of Kansas in 2014. Dr. Templeton is the immediate past- president of the US Bone and Joint Initiative (USBJI), a non-profit organization of over 100 organizations whose mission is to improve bone and joint health in the United States through research, education, and advocacy. During her tenure as president, Dr. Templeton initiated and oversaw the development of the multidisciplinary Chronic Osteoarthritis Management Initiative, the goal of which to is to evaluate and disseminate treatment guidelines and outcomes tools to better care for patients with osteoarthritis. Prior to her presidency of the USBJI, Dr. Templeton developed national public education programs for the group; these programs included “Fit to a T”, “PB&J” (Protect Your Bones and Joints), and “Experts in Arthritis”. In 2013, Dr. Templeton was named the international ambassador of the Global Bone and Joint Decade. Dr. Templeton is past-president of the Foundation for Women’s Health. She has serveed on the executive committee of the Sex and Gender Women’s Health Collaborative, whose mission is to improve the translation of research into sex- and gender-based differences into clinical practice through education and evaluation, since its inception and currently serves as chair of this organization. Dr. Templeton is an invited founding board member of the Academy of Women’s Health. In 2013, Dr. Templeton was named by the National Academy of Sciences to the musculoskeletal work group, reviewing and recommending new venues for sex and gender research for the National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA). She was named co-chair of the National Quality Forum Musculoskeletal Steering Committee in 2014. Dr. Templeton was the first McCann Professor of Women in Medicine and Science. She organized and currently chairs the Women Physicians Caucus of the Kansas Medical Society. Dr. Templeton was recently elected vice-chair of the governing council of the American Medical Association Women Physicians’ Caucus. She has served on the Diversity Advisory Board of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons for the past several years, working on projects such as a culturally competent care educational DVD and accompanying guidebook. She is also a mentor of the AAOS Communication Skills Mentoring Program. Dr. Templeton previously served on the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Council for Research, Quality Assessment, and Technology. In 2008, Dr. Templeton was an invited participant in the Summit for a National Action Plan for Bone Health and was subsequently appointed to the governance committee of the National Bone Health Alliance, whose goal is to bring the Action Plan to fruition. Dr. Templeton is a member of the steering committee for the National Summits on Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Health Disparities in 2010 through 2012. She worked with the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons to develop the Washington Health Policy Fellowship and led that program for several years. Dr. Templeton is immediate past-president of the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts and is past-president of the Kansas Orthopaedic Society, the Mid-Central States Orthopaedic Society, the Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society, and the Medical Society of Johnson and Wyandotte Counties. She is currently president-elect of the American Medical Women’s Association. Her research interests include women’s health, medical education, and treatment of osteosarcoma. She is the authors of several articles and book chapters and is the editor and co-author of Women’s Sports Injuries, published in 2013 by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and co-editor of a symposium in 2013 on the musculoskeletal impact of childhood obesity for Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research.
    • Adolescent Medicine
    • Internal Medicine
    President, American Medical Women’s Association 2015-2016  Executive Director, IU National Center of Excellence in Women's Health, Cheif Physician Executive Eskenazi Women's Center of Excellence
    President, American Medical Women’s Association 2015-2016  Executive Director, IU National Center of Excellence in Women's Health, Cheif Physician Executive Eskenazi Women's Center of Excellence

    Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber, MD is an Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics. California State University Long Beach-BA Chemistry; Cornell University College of Medicine, Residency in Internal Medicine-University Hospitals of Cleveland.

     

    Her interests are in health and wellness and she works daily with adults who have conditions of childhood, providing primary care for childhood cancer survivors, congenital abnormalities, and other conditions along with providing care for patients from teens thru adulthood. She treats adult eating disorder pateints as well.

    Concerned for Women Physicians, she is working on a study of emotional distress and physician suicidality among women and how the concern for the credentially process has an impact on physicians seeking care.

    She is a national speaker, mentor, and works tirelessly to improve the health of Hooser Women and women every where.

    • Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Executive Director, International Center for Executive Leadership in Academics
    Executive Director, International Center for Executive Leadership in Academics
    Diane M. Magrane is a professor of obstetrics and gynecology and Executive Director of the International Center for Executive Leadership in Academics (ICELA at Drexel®). ICELA supports two national leadership programs, the Hedwig van Ameringen Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM®) program for women faculty in medicine, dentistry and public health and the Executive Leadership in Academic Technology and Engineering program (ELATE at Drexel®) for women faculty in STEM fields. In this role, she is a co-investigator for an NIH study of academic women’s career development and PI for a five-year award from the Alfred P. Sloan foundation to study the outcomes and impact of the ELATE Fellowship. Her academic medical career has taken her from Instructor and clerkship director at St. Louis University School of Medicine to Professor and Associate Dean at the University Of Vermont College Of Medicine. Before returning to academic medicine at Drexel University, she held was Associate Vice President for Faculty Development and Leadership at the Association of American Medical Colleges (2003-2008) where she was responsible for programs for Department Chairs and Deans and Women in Medicine. She has been a international leader in integrating human rights education to women’s health practices through work with the Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Rights Committee (WSRR) of the Federation of Ob-Gyn societies (FIGO). In recognition of her national leadership in medical education and leadership development, she has been honored as a distinguished alumnus of the University Of Iowa College Of Medicine in 2002 and with an APGO-Wyeth Career Achievement Award in 2006, and a University of Iowa Alumnae Award in 2015. She identifies her greatest honor as that of working with leaders in academic medicine, the sciences, and engineering to support the development of strong, collaborative leaders and adaptive practices in higher education.
    • Internal Medicine
    2014-15 National President of the American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA)
    2014-15 National President of the American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA)
    • Physician/Owner at Dr. Farzanna Haffizulla/JFDOC P.L./HouseCallsMD.US

    Farzanna Sherene Haffizulla, MD FACP FAMWA is the 2014-2015 national President of the American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) and served as the South Florida AMWA branch President and one of its founding officers. During her current tenure as AMWA President she spearheaded the formation of an affiliate program for AMWA and continues to speak nationally on improving cohesion among health care organizations and physicians. She is involved on many levels with AMWA including being the chair and founder for AMWA’s Preventive Medicine Task Force, founder of AMWA’s fellowship program and she served as the executive chair of the fundraising committee. Dr. Haffizulla is the on-camera show Host, Anchor and Medical Correspondent for the nationwide health program, Mission Critical Health. Dr. Haffizulla is a nationally recognized speaker and expert on work/life balance and published “Harmony of the Spheres: Career, Family and Community” in 2011. She also founded and runs a work/life balance site www.BusyMomMD.com. She authored and nationally published several articles to parenting and professional communities and in July 2014 published her second book: “Lead with your Heart: A Doctor’s Rx for Personal and Professional Success.” She founded and opened her own concierge, Internal Medicine hybrid private practice in 2008 after practicing in a traditional setting for 5 years. Her innovative, creative approach to medical practice allows her to efficiently fuse traditional clinical practice with technology. Her medical practice allows her to offer office visits, house calls and telemedicine to her patients. She describes her unique private practice on her personalized website: www.HousecallsMD.us. Dr. Haffizulla lives in South Florida with her husband Dr. Jason Haffizulla and their four children.

  • Ailis Tweed-Kent, MD, is an internal medicine resident at Massachusetts General Hospital and CEO of Cocoon Biotech, a start-up developing silk-based injectable products to treat osteoarthritis.
    Director, Women in Medicine & Science at the AAMC
    Director, Women in Medicine & Science at the AAMC
    Diana Lautenberger, M.A., is director for women in medicine and science initiatives and serves as the group program leader for one of the 23 professional development groups at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), the Group on Women in Medicine and Science (GWIMS). Ms. Lautenberger leads the AAMC’s initiatives related to gender equity and the advancement of women in medicine and science. She sets the overall strategy and manages the operations for the Group on Women in Medicine and Science to promote equitable working environments and develop resources for women in academic medicine to advance their careers. In addition to working with GWIMS, Ms. Lautenberger develops and facilitates two professional development seminars for junior and mid-career women faculty to learn the skills needed to succeed as leaders in academic medicine. Prior to her role with GWIMS, Ms. Lautenberger led a number of leadership and engagement initiatives aimed at faculty development for the AAMC. Responsible for curriculum design and implementation, she oversaw two leadership development programs for faculty aimed at aspiring leaders, department chairs, and associate deans to equip them with leadership skills needed to deal with the impending changes of the academic and healthcare environments. Additionally, she managed the operations of the Faculty Forward Engagement Survey to promote knowledge around faculty engagement and organizational performance improvement strategies. Ms. Lautenberger received a B.A. in Political Science and Art History from the University of Redlands in Redlands, CA and a Masters in art education from the Corcoran College of Art + Design. She volunteers as a free-lance art educator of all ages for various DC area museums and community organizations.
    • Psychiatry
    Vice President of Medical Affairs, Psychiatry, Seton Healthcare Family
    Vice President of Medical Affairs, Psychiatry, Seton Healthcare Family
    • Director and Head at Seton Mind Institute
    Dr. Kari Wolf earned her medical degree from the University Of Iowa Carver College Of Medicine. She completed residency training in Psychiatry at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics where she served as Chief Resident and received numerous awards, including twice-named Resident of the Year. Dr. Wolf held the role of Assistant Medical Director for the University of Iowa Behavioral Health Initiative and Associate Residency Training Director for the General Psychiatry Residency Program. During her tenure, she was also the representative for the Integrated Behavioral Health Network – a statewide partnership of multiple medical entities and the state’s largest insurance company. She serves as Director of the Seton Mind Institute. Since joining the Seton Healthcare Family in 2004, Dr. Wolf has applied her extensive clinical, administrative and educational skills to add clinical services, expand the psychiatric residency program and establish partnerships with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Lone Star Circle of Care, Austin Travis County Integral Care and the University of Texas system. Dr. Wolf serves as the Director of Psychiatry for the University of Texas Southwestern Austin Psychiatry Residency Programs. Dr. Wolf holds appointments as Assistant Professor University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Clinical Assistant Professor Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine and Clinical Assistant Professor University of Texas Medical Branch. Dr. Wolf is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She serves on a number of medical and community-based committees, serves on National and statewide committees, and frequently lectures on a variety of psychiatric and behavioral health subjects.
    • Psychiatry
    • Founder
    Physician Development Coach, Lanteri Coaching and Communication
    Physician Development Coach, Lanteri Coaching and Communication
    • Physician Development Coach at Lanteri Coaching and Communication
    Dr. Lanteri has over 20 years experience in healthcare at Harvard teaching hospitals and private practice working as a physician and coach, helping physicians and health care leaders reach their potential and heighten their work satisfaction. “As a clinician, administrator, and educator, I understand the conflicting challenges and time demands you face each day. Physicians are trained to focus on the care of others, but until recently there has been little validation given to the needs of physician. As a result, almost half of doctors report some level of burn out. To counter this, enhancing resilience and prioritizing renewal are essential to thriving in today’s medical world.” Dr. Lanteri is a Certified Physician Development Coach with the Physician Coaching Institute and a Founding Fellow of the Institute of Coaching Professional Association. She is active in professional societies including serving on the Massachusetts Medical Society’s Committee on Women in Medicine. She is board certified in Psychiatry and has held attending positions at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Butler Hospital. During her residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital she served as a Chief Resident. She has also held appointments as instructor and lecturer at Harvard Medical School. She is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha, Honor Medical Society. Prior to medicine she held leadership positions in public service, political campaign, and was an award winning broadcast journalist.
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