Physicians make countless decisions during busy clinical care for every patient. Today’s wearable technology can help physicians and surgeons better recover after the stress of providing healthcare.
Sharing Experiences, Lessons Learned from My Own Medical Leave
Reflections from Surgeons Who Underwent Surgeries Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic
Although I’m recovering, I’m not okay.” Two surgeons who recently underwent surgery share their experiences, challenges.
Being Asian American: My Emotions Following the Mass Shooting in Atlanta
I didn’t realize the intensity and depth of the emotions I had been suppressing for the past several decades as an Asian American.
How to Embrace Optimism in the Midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Tips for Increasing Your Physical and Mental Well-Being During COVID-19
Connecting with others, observing your emotions and accepting that there will be new norms can help increase your well-being during the coronavirus pandemic.
Doctors Need Mental Healthcare, Too
Tips for Making Achievable New Year’s Resolutions
For your New Year’s resolutions create a list of minor changes and actions you can make for better physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health and wellbeing.
Work–Life Imbalance in Physicians
Awareness, accountability, and actions to reclaim more life
Tips to Help You Regain Your Sense of Self
Because our casts can be so different, generic one-size-fits-all wellness advice can fall short, but here are some things that can help you regain your sense of self.