The challenge of being a mother and a neurosurgeon is a topic that is rarely discussed, even in today’s society. It often feels like a taboo subject for women neurosurgeons and trainees, as if motherhood would somehow make one seem like a lesser neurosurgeon. With the extensive time dedicated to neurosurgical education, training and lifelong learning, it can be challenging to determine how motherhood fits into this life. Read More
Guest post written by multiple neurosurgeons from the Department of Neurological Surgery at UCSF. Shawn L. Hervey-Jumper, MD FAANS (left); Edward F. Chang, MD FAANS (center); and Mitchel S….