women in cardiology

Flexible Working

The Most Important Thing Will Always Be Family

Like many parents, medical and non-medical there are several pressures on the work life balance, but the most important thing will always be family.

Dr Tim Fairbairn
May 18, 2022
This Time Is Precious – Your Child Is Only Little For A Short While

Balancing our professional responsibilities and childcare (with our growing family and number 2) has been challenging but we have made it work for us.

Dr Sai Bhagra
March 29, 2022
I Am Glad That I Chose LTFT, As It Suits My Family Life

I am a cardiologist and in January 2020 I chose work more flexibly to provide childcare for my 3 children who were 1, 6 and 8 years at the time.

Dr Nigel Lewis
May 5, 2022
Working LTFT Has Been One Of The Best Decisions I Have Made In My Professional Career

It allows more time for CPD and reflection and I would definitely recommend it!

Working As A Job Share Requires Real Trust Between The Pairing

We each work three days per week, overlapping on the day of the TOE list, which we share.

Dr Lynn Miller
May 24, 2022
I Have Found Working Less Than Full Time Very Fulfilling

I have found working less than full time very fulfilling.

Dr Kristian Skinner
March 24, 2022
The Amazing Benefits Of LTFT Training Are Often Overlooked

At the end of a career as a cardiologist, I won’t look back at missed clinics.

Dr Joshua Wilcox
March 14, 2022
Dr Joanna Lim
February 1, 2022
I Could Not Value My Work Highly If I Did Not Have Time To Appreciate My Family

“Work-life” balance flexibility has been one of the most important commodities for me.

Dr Arzu Cubukcu
May 2, 2022
I Have Been Working As A LTFT Doctor For Over A Decade

My non working days have allowed me time to have head space.

Dr Alyson Smith
April 27, 2022
Would I recommend LTFT? Definitely

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Dr Doug Lee
March 15, 2022
By Working LTFT My Family & My Career Get The Very Best Version Of Me

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