About Donna Rovito

donnarovito has written 97 articles so far, you can find them below.

Resilience is the Key by Justin Breen

Resilience is the Key By Justin Breen Resilience has been a key foundation since my wife, Sarah, and I started dating in 2004. Our first date, Aug. 28, 2004, was the day before Sarah started medical school at Midwestern University. As our lives have grown together – on our way to marriage, our 10-year wedding […] Continue reading →

Adapting to “The Match”

Adapting to “The Match” by Lara Balsters McElderry Our family has moved several times.  We moved for medical school, then residency, then a different residency, then a third residency, then a job, then a fellowship, and now we are getting ready to move again this summer! You can actually find a timeline of our crazy […] Continue reading →

Celebrate National Doctor’s Day on March 30th!

Celebrate National Doctor’s Day on March 30th! Share your stories of inspiring physicians and mentors with the AMA Foundation FOR PHYSICIANS – CELEBRATE WITH THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION: March 30th is National Doctor’s Day, an opportunity to celebrate physicians, their work, and their contributions to society and the community. Though many are drawn to […] Continue reading →

The Joy of Writing

The Joy of Writing by Pamela Camosy, MD Let’s face it:  all healthcare professionals are writers. We take pen to paper—or fingers to keyboard—many times every day as part of the medical process.  First we meet with a patient for a conversation about their symptoms, then perform a physical examination and devise an assessment and […] Continue reading →

AMA Foundation Establishes the Physician Disaster Recovery Fund

AMA Foundation Establishes the Physician Disaster Recovery Fund Amid the devastation inflicted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria are doctors who need to quickly rebuild their medical practices in order to continue serving their communities. As a result, the American Medical Association Foundation (AMAF) has created the Physician Disaster Recovery Fund. All contributions to the […] Continue reading →

Back to the Beginning

Back to the Beginning by Sarah Epstein I remember sitting on the couch in our Miami apartment, looking out the window and thinking, there is so much I wish I had known. It was 2014, and my fiancé Brian was three years into medical school and I was between jobs. I was struggling. I started […] Continue reading →