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Charting Pediatrics

Aug 1, 2023

The important but ever-elusive goal of work-life balance is still more out of reach for women than men. Studies of home workloads for physicians indicate that the bulk of the nonprofessional work at home still falls to women. As a result, female physicians experience more work-family conflict than their male counterparts. This dynamic can lead to decreased job satisfaction, fewer women seeking professional advancement and increased burnout. In this episode, we talk with Children’s Hospital Colorado experts about their research in the area of work-life balance for female interventional radiologists. 


Jenny Zablah Alabi, MD, an associate professor of pediatrics and interventional cardiology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and a pediatric cardiologist at Children’s Colorado.   

Natalie Soszyn, MD, a second-year fellow in interventional cardiology at Children’s Colorado. 

This episode is underwritten by Aegon Transamerica Foundation, a proud supporter of Charting Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Colorado. The Aegon Transamerica Foundation helps build a better world by committing to the improvement of wellness throughout their communities. Their partnership with Children's Colorado addresses the youth mental health crisis to help create a better mental health future for children. Thank you to Aegon Transamerica Foundation for investing in Children's Colorado.  

For more information on Children’s Hospital Colorado, visit: childrenscolorado

Resource: Work-Life Balance: The Expectations and Perspectives as a Female Interventional Cardiologist