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Part-Time Doctoring

Part-Time Doctoring

Aaron Morgenstein, MD suggests that, instead of entirely quitting clinical medicine, physicians consider becoming “part-time doctors.”

Receiving Is a Gift for You and Others

Receiving Is a Gift for You and Others

Diana Londoño, MD asks us to realize that receiving is a gift for you and others. Learn the skill of accepting. Keep the flow of energy by accepting help, kindness and love.

Not Whining, But Speaking the Truth

Not Whining, But Speaking the Truth

Wendy Schofer, MD, responds to the recent article, “Doctors, Stop Your Whining,” in which a pediatrician speaks to how colleagues need a way to express their concerns and vulnerabilities as speaking the truth is the basis for grassroots change.

Celebrating Growth

Celebrating Growth

Wendy Schofer, MD shares that, working as a pediatrician, she learned to celebrate growth in her patients. Now, she’s learning how to celebrate her own growth.

Abstract art: article: Permission to Pivot

Permission to Pivot

Jillian Rigert, DMD, MD challenges you to release yourself from feeling trapped and free your mind to wonder- to explore alternative options.

It's Ok to Say No

It’s Ok to Say No

Desmond Bell DPM explains why caregivers lack hesitation when it comes to agreeing to take on more and become spread even thinner.

Less Resiliency May Heal Burnout

Less Resiliency May Heal Burnout

Dympna Lynch Weil, MD: I wondered, “What would help us then? If not resiliency, what might serve physicians better?” And in stillness, I heard, “Allow yourself to fall apart.”

Part-Time Doctoring

Part-Time Doctoring

Aaron Morgenstein, MD suggests that, instead of entirely quitting clinical medicine, physicians consider becoming “part-time doctors.”

Receiving Is a Gift for You and Others

Receiving Is a Gift for You and Others

Diana Londoño, MD asks us to realize that receiving is a gift for you and others. Learn the skill of accepting. Keep the flow of energy by accepting help, kindness and love.

Not Whining, But Speaking the Truth

Not Whining, But Speaking the Truth

Wendy Schofer, MD, responds to the recent article, “Doctors, Stop Your Whining,” in which a pediatrician speaks to how colleagues need a way to express their concerns and vulnerabilities as speaking the truth is the basis for grassroots change.

Celebrating Growth

Celebrating Growth

Wendy Schofer, MD shares that, working as a pediatrician, she learned to celebrate growth in her patients. Now, she’s learning how to celebrate her own growth.

Abstract art: article: Permission to Pivot

Permission to Pivot

Jillian Rigert, DMD, MD challenges you to release yourself from feeling trapped and free your mind to wonder- to explore alternative options.

It's Ok to Say No

It’s Ok to Say No

Desmond Bell DPM explains why caregivers lack hesitation when it comes to agreeing to take on more and become spread even thinner.

Less Resiliency May Heal Burnout

Less Resiliency May Heal Burnout

Dympna Lynch Weil, MD: I wondered, “What would help us then? If not resiliency, what might serve physicians better?” And in stillness, I heard, “Allow yourself to fall apart.”

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