Rebecca Lauderdale, MD, FACP


Podcast: Women Physicians Flourish

Women Physicians Flourish! The title is statement of intent: to bring science, stories, and amazing people to help all women physicians flourish.

Podcasting Genre

Professional Development/Leadership

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About This Podcast

I’m Rebecca Lauderdale, and I’m a primary care internist in the Deep South. I know what it’s like to think flourishing isn’t possible.  But through my own experience, I’ve become a student of life and flourishing. Now I believe that it IS possible for us all to live full, rewarding lives by our own definitions.

I realized fairly early on that many of the things I struggled with were directly related to the fact that I’m a woman.  Physicians of all genders struggle with burnout and dissatisfaction that spills over into their personal lives at a much higher rate than the general population but for women physicians it’s even worse.  There are significant social and cultural barriers it can take a lot of courage to work against our conditioning and against others’ expectations so that we can live in a way that works for us and for the other women that come after us.

It is so important to have a group of people, a tribe, who understand what you’re going through and can empathize, encourage, and tell it to you straight. That’s why I created the Women Physicians Flourish podcast  – so we can join our tribes and recognize the power we have to change things for the better, for ourselves, our families, our patients, and other women in healthcare.

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Sample Topics

The Power of Having a Posse

Taming the Inner Critic, understanding the Phonological Loop

Joy, Weight, and Body Image

Women and Invisible Labor

Overcoming Setbacks

Physicians don’t have a resilience problem; we have a self-valuation problem

Self Trust

Ideal Listener

Women Physicians

What An Ideal Listener Gains By Tuning In:

A better understanding of the reasons they are unhappy in their careers and what to do about it. A feeling of connection to other women physicians, and the associated sense of empowerment that comes from knowing you’re not alone. Evidence-based tools for dealing with negative self-talk, burnout, body image, parenting, and more. Talking points for leaders to use when advocating for physician wellness resources.

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Women Physicians Flourish! The title is statement of intent: to bring science, stories, and amazing people to help all women physicians flourish.

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