We are dedicated to learning more about wellness, and will share with you the research that we come across on our journey.
Here’s what we have so far:
American Psychological Association – The Road to Resilience
Aaron E. Carroll, MD, The New York Times – Silence is the Enemy for Doctors Who Have Depression
Elizabeth Grace Saunders, The New York Times – The 4 ‘Attachment Styles’ and How They Sabotage Your Work-Life Balance
Alan Lightman – Why We Owe it to Ourselves to Spend Quiet Time Alone Every Day
Ben Martynoga, The Guardian – What Does Running do to Your Brain?
Brian Goldman, MD – Doctors Make Mistakes. Can We Talk About That?
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation – Physician Heal Thyself
Karlyn Borysenko, Forbes – 5 Easy Ways to Bring Mindfulness to Work Without Meditating
Laurie Leinwand, MA – By Judging Others, Are You Really Judging Yourself?
Tait Shanafelt, MD, Chief Wellness Officer, Stanford Medicine – Physician Burnout: Stop Blaming the Physician
Michael Fralick, MD, Ken Flegal, MDCM, BSc- Editorial: Physician Burnout: Who Will Protect Us From Ourselves?
Perri Klass, MD, The New York Times – Taking Care of the Physician
Rick Hanson – How to Stand Up to Your Inner Critic
Sumathi Reddy, The Wall Street Journal – The Exercise That Helps Mental Health Most
Tara Parker-Pope – How to Have Better Family Meals
Tasha Eurich – The Right Way to be Introspective
Tim Herrera, The New York Times – Why Your Brain Tricks You Into Doing Less Important Tasks