Dr. Shilesh Iyer is a Board-Certified Dermatologist and Founder of myDoqter. Dr. Iyer received his Bachelor’s degree from Yale University and went on to attend medical school at New York University. He completed his internship in Internal Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Harvard Medical School and his Dermatology residency at UCLA. He also pursued a 1-year accredited fellowship in Cosmetic Procedural Dermatology under the tutelage of renowned mentors Drs. Richard Fitzpatrick and Mitchel Goldman in San Diego, California. Currently, Dr. Iyer serves as Dermatology Faculty at Columbia University Department of ...
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My former residency program matched 3 women this year. For those of you who don't know Orthopaedics currently has less than 5% of women in practice with current resident statistics at 11%. I'm grateful to see more women choosing #orthopaedicsurgery. It's time to #change the landscape.
It's time to #listen. I frequently get female patients who come to me nearly hysterical because they have seen multiple physicians and they have felt like no one has listened to them, which is probably true. Today, on International Women's Day, we celebrate physicians listening to their patients in order to #embraceequity.
International Women's Day 2023 campaign theme is Embrace Equity - #IWD2023 #EmbraceEquity #IWDtheme
Dr. Joanie Columbia, with CNOS, shows her patients there is a more natural route to treating and controlling inflammation from arthritis.
The Physician Collective and myDoqter have united to develop physician led technology solutions to support physicians and patients and re-empower the physician-patient relationship! Together we are building the health care technology of the future based on the values and principles of the profession of Medicine.
Integrating mindfulness into the decision-making of combatting the biggest concerns our society faces today seems like a no-brainer. So why isn't there a psychiatrist on the National COVID Task Force? This omission is a sure recipe for agony. America, let's do better! Read more here: https://simplypsych.com/psychiatrist-on-covid-task-force/