4 Inspirational Medical Professionals To Follow
One of the best things about the digital world is the ability to connect with people from all around the world who you on a similar journey to you. In the last few years, there has been an increase in nurses and doctors who have taken to the internet to share their experiences working in the rewarding – yet often demanding – healthcare industry. Given the current situation, these 4 could be some of the most inspiring women today…
We’ve rounded up four inspirational women currently making waves in the online medical world. Each of these women bring something unique to the table, sharing their journey as a medical profession and offering valuable and relatable advice through their blogs and social media channels.
Whether you’re a student, graduate or experienced medical professional, these are four women with kick-ass blogs that are definitely worth checking out.
Jeanette White – iFitNurse
Based in Houston, Texas, Jeanette is a registered nurse working in the Intensive Care Unit.
She started her blog iFitNurse to share useful tips and to encourage nurses and future nurses to work hard and reach their goals. Her blog offers advice on an array of different topics such as nursing school, medical tips and managing that busy medical lifestyle.
The real highlight though is her YouTube channel, where she keeps you updated on her nursing journey with weekly video updates, offering awesome advice and tips to help anyone undertaking a transition into nursing or working in the profession. You’ll be quickly hooked by her bubbly personality and her genuine and honest advice.
If you’re a nursing student, you must check out her New Grad Nurse Series, where she documented her journey of getting into and graduating nursing school.
Mute Akpomedaye – Berry’s Motivation
Mute is a medical doctor currently based in the UK. Her blog Berry’s Motivation was born out of her will to help and motivate others. She shares a mix of advice on what it’s like working in the industry, healthy living and lifestyle, plus features guest authors who are all making waves in the medical world.
If you’re a foreign medical graduate considering moving to the UK, you’ll find her blog super insightful as she shares her experience working in the UK as a doctor. Born and raised in Nigeria, Mute attended medical school in Ukraine before moving to the UK to practice medicine. She also shares a step by step process on how to get registered as a doctor in the UK.
Mute offers a bespoke career coaching for any inspiring nurse or doctor looking for direction and advice. Her aim is to help people progress in their career path and discover their hidden potentials.
Asia Sullivan – CoutureInClinic
Based in Birmingham, Alabama, Asia started her blog, Couture in Clinic, as a way to document her journey into the medical field where she is currently undertaking a dual Master’s program for Physician Assistant Studies and Public Health.
Before starting her blog, she worked as a model, appearing in national ad campaigns and fashion weeks throughout the country, which fuelled her passion for fashion and beauty. CoutureInClinic offers a fantastically interesting fusion of these two seemingly different passions, sharing advice and tips about physician assistant school while also showcasing the latest fashion trends for the medical world.
If you’re in need of outfit inspiration, you must check out the White Coat Wardrobe section on her blog where she models edgy and professional outfit ideas for any medical student or healthcare professional. It’s no surprise she has quickly gained a large following within both the online nursing and fashion worlds.
Farah – Dr Esmerelda
Farah is an Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology doctor based in the UK. With 7 years experience as a doctor, she is currently undertaking an #NIHR research project with plans on undertaking a PHD in the near future.
She started her blog, Dr Esmerelda, to share her own journey and experiences within the industry and to voice her opinions on important matters happening with the UK healthcare system. Her aim is to connect with others in the industry and in doing so help create an open and honest dialogue within the online medical community.
If you’re a budding healthcare professional or scientist, you’ll find her blog super valuable as she shares honest advice on what it takes to become an expert in your field. She also offers guidance for junior doctors on choosing the right training courses. Her blog is not only resourceful but also engaging as Farah’s cheerful personality shines through in every post.