Dr. Sarah Temkin is a mid-career Gynecological Oncologist who explains that as the number of women in her specialty has increased the number of surgeons has decreased. This feminization of gynecology has highlighted the struggles that women experience in all environments, including the operating room. Her personal experiences are compelling as are the conclusions she extrapolates. She shares many lessons about how we can more effectively advocate for equality in medicine. You won’t wan to miss this episode.Listen to our next episode where Dr. Katherine Bakke discusses her narrative “But I love my big hair! An Essay on the Discouragement and Difficulty of Becoming a Women Surgeon!” Make sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast or Spotify so you will be the first to know when new episodes are released. Thank you for listening!