The bookshelf: Recent books from ATSU alumniPosted: April 20, 2022
The Chronicles of Women in White Coats 3
By Amber Robins, MD, MBA; Kristin Yates, DO, ’12; and contributing authors
Independently published, March 2021
Dr. Yates is a co-author of this book, which is a series of stories by women physicians highlighting topics,
including gender bias, opioid addiction, being a single mother, and more. Dr. Yates’ chapter talks about her struggle with self-doubt and imposter syndrome and how she went from almost quitting her job in medicine to learning to love her job and becoming a physician life coach in addition to a full-time OB-GYN.
Baba & Daddy
By Lance Chen-Hayes, tDPT, ’10
Yuan-Liou Publishing Co., May 2021
Dr. Chen-Hayes chronicles his life experiences and reflections as Taiwan’s first out gay father in this book. The stories cover a broad range of social issues, including domestic violence, immigration, homophobia, coming out, cross-cultural couple relationships, marriage equality, surrogacy and adoption, parenting, and LGBTQ+ youth issues. Dr. Chen-Hayes has over 30 years’ experience as a physical therapist and LGBTQ+ community activist in the U.S. and Taiwan.