Finding Me in Medicine Again is a podcast for early career women physicians.
Seasoned women physicians, along with your host, Nance Goldstein, give you straight, honest talk about how they handled the many competing challenges of their practices while staying engaged with their families and communities. These are generous, wide-ranging conversations that are too rare in medicine.
We boil things down and offer you critical insights and powerful strategies to reduce burnout and succeed in medicine. We also give you actionable tips you can use tomorrow. So you walk through your day with more ease and energy and enjoy it all more.
To find it in iTunes: http://findingmeinmedicine.com/review
- that takes you to my webpage with a button to the show
- iTunes will ask you to launch its application and voila! You’re there.
Many women clinicians are frustrated or exhausted from trying to “balance” the competing demands of their practice and the rest of life. Nance Goldstein, PhD, ACC, is a credentialed leadership coach and trainer, and a healthcare leadership scholar focused on clinician burnout and the new nature of “leadership” in an uncertain and innovative healthcare world. She partners with worried clinicians to reduce unproductive stress and burnout symptoms to get more done with more ease for your patients, your family and for yourself.
The National Science Foundation awarded her team a large grant, then later commissioned Nance to research the changing environment of jobs and skills triggered by using information technologies in work. She’s a Resident Scholar at Brandeis Women Studies Research Center. Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Study honored her as a Fellow. For ebooks and publications, www.WorkingWIselyGroup.com/about
“… I just listened to all [the] podcasts. Thank you so much for this experience. All … the podcasts were great…You made me feel good about myself – that’s quite a gift!”
– Internist in Massachusetts tertiary care hospital
” I think Dr. Sam [one of the guests] gave great points about how to make life easier and staying fulfilled and happy with herself. I wish more physicians were as in tune with their bodies and attitudes to see how it affects those around them!”
-Physical medicine and rehabilitation physician, North Carolina
“This was a fantastic talk that really left me excited about getting more out of medicine as a woman. She was just full of great ideas for low time-commitment but high yield ways to stay human as a physician. I found [these] talks really insightful and would love to hear more.”
–Family medicine resident, Maine
“[Finding Me in Medicine Again] provides a unique perspective on medicine. It’s useful to hear that you should always be re-inventing yourself and checking in with yourself to make sure you are on track.
-Former anesthetist, now rehab MD