Social media and infertility. The future is here. 🙌
I’m excited to be included as part of a landmark paper series spearheaded by @drkenanomurtagmd advocating for the use of social media in the field of reproductive endocrinology & infertility.
I committed to embracing IG as part of my social media journey earlier this year in the midst of preparing for my final oral boards, having a busy clinical career in private practice, and during my pregnancy. I’m not posting as much as I had hoped recently because I’m adjusting to my return to work from maternity leave. But I hope to be back in full swing soon, especially once I start getting more sleep!
I’ve been humbled by the power of this platform to connect with patients and others in medicine. I’ve also realized that being part of IG has helped me find my voice #asawoman , as a physician, and as a mother. I am so incredibly grateful for this community. ❤️
Inspired by @nataliecrawfordmd recent podcast, I am sharing with you my #goals for the future of this account.
✅Advocate for the importance of diet and lifestyle in fertility
✅Educate about my field of reproductive endocrinology and infertility using evidence-based medicine
✅Support other women using social media.
✅Expand my outreach to patients. Share my personal struggles in life as a working mom and physician. Help patients decide if I am the right fit to manage their care.