Women Cardiothoracic Surgeons Took on The New Yorker OR Cover Challenge

2017-08-28T14:59:21Z (GMT) by Mara Antonoff Nikki Stamp
<p>The <a href="http://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-new-yorker-cover-thats-being-replicated-by-women-surgeons-across-the-world?mbid=social_twitter">Health, Medicine & the Body Issue</a> of <em>The New Yorker</em> depicting four women surgeons at the operating table has inspired women surgeons around the world to recreate the cover and share their photos as part of the #NYerORCoverChallenge.</p><p>Women cardiothoracic surgeons took on the challenge, and CTSNet is excited to share the completed photo collage. The photos show teams of women cardiothoracic surgeons, as well as solo surgeons. “Many of us are the lone women in our cardiothoracic practices,” said Dr. Mara Antonoff, CTSNet Social Media Associate Editor. “We rely on our collaborative support of one another, and for this reason, we [sought] to bring together the images of women in CT surgery to support this movement.”</p><p>CTSNet is proud to share this photo collage of the women cardiothoracic surgeons and residents who participated in the challenge.</p>

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