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Nov 29, 2021

Let’s normalize sabbatical healing. 

Sometimes the bravest thing is the scariest thing to do and that is to say stop. I’m done. Sometimes the most loving and kind thing you can do for yourself is to take time away. 

You see, when we try to keep pushing through rather than taking a break, we hurt more than ourselves....

Nov 29, 2021

As physicians we pride ourselves on being the leader in stressful situations. We are calm, cool, collected, and confident that we are making the right decisions to help our patients. Dr. Rachel Miller joins me to talk about why we need to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. 

You see growth and development...

Nov 22, 2021

What is good enough? 

As I’ve started back into clinical practice, I find that my perfectionism keeps creeping back in. I get frustrated with myself when notes aren’t perfect and things don’t go just so. But, I’ve been working on my burnout triggers, so when I notice these things, I give myself grace and move...

Nov 22, 2021

Dr. Susan Landers is a former neonatologist who experienced burnout late in her career. Once she realized what she was dealing with, she also figured out that it was preventable. She now helps doctors and organizations prevent physician burnout and she’s sharing her story in her new book, So Many Babies.

To say that...

Nov 15, 2021

You can’t make already highly resilient people more resilient. Resiliency training is not the way to decrease pandemic burnout. Instead we need to discuss systemic and organizational changes to help support the doctors and nurses who make the medical system go round. 

Listen as I share various studies and data which...