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Contraception Today: A Pocketbook For General Practitioners And Practice Nurses
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Eczema and its management in Primary Care. Clinical Algorithms: Central Nervous System. Management of Contact Dermatitis. Clinical Algorithms: Gynaecology. The Healing Powers of Minerals. It was thrilling to work with such brilliant minds, several of whom were on the forefront of very important cancer research. Oncology is also a field with a constantly evolving practice, which definitely appealed to my love of research and data.
I realized that there was a huge knowledge deficit for many women. It often stemmed from the fact that we were not empowered and comfortable asking questions when we saw our health care providers. In other parts of the world women often do not have access to healthcare and reliable information. I realized how powerful educating a woman about her body could be in transforming so many other aspects of her life. For example, family planning can be a tremendous force in interrupting the cycle of poverty.
Additionally, women who are about to have a child are on a precipice of a massive life change. There are so many opportunities to make small interventions that can really set the woman and her child up for success.
A few weeks into my maternal child health clinical, and I was hooked. On the other hand, what specific challenges have you encountered in this field of work, and how have you managed these challenges? It is really amazing to work with women.
PINCC is an organization whose members travel to parts of the world where women do not have access to cervical cancer screening and teaches medical professionals in those countries how to screen for and treat precancerous lesions. It has been so inspiring to see how something as simple as a cup of acetic acid can literally save lives.
As far as challenges, I think one of the most challenging aspects of the job for me, and something I continue to work on every day, is staying optimistic in the face of some really difficult truths you face every day. Seeing women for very sensitive services can sometimes expose a lot of ugliness that is in the world around us such as rape, domestic abuse, and perpetual cycles of poverty. It can be heart wrenching at times to see what women around the world have to endure. It is always helpful to talk to a colleague about a rough day you had, even if all they can offer is some comforting words.
Working as a new graduate, I always made it a point to purse interests that were not related to my work in my off time.
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It is very easy to let your work consume you, especially when you deal with emotionally complicated issues. Make sure you are taking care of yourself and keeping up relationships with the people who can keep you in good spirits. When you are in the field you can look these things up. Practice active listening as much as you can. Try to have contact with as many patients from as many walks of life as you can.
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