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Lauren Kuwik MD May 25
Yesterday I was doctor, today I’m a baseball mom, tomorrow I am a marathon runner. But really I am all those things at once and my colleagues and patients know it too.
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LadyBroEM Mar 20
In the long run, do you think it's more soul sucking/morale draining to keep raging against a broken inefficient healthcare system, or to give up and quietly accept your place in the dysfunctional system? It's worse to:
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Natalie Anderson Dec 3
A wonderful but brief respite from thesis writing & clinical work.
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Alyssa Burgart, MD, MA (She/Her/Anesthesia) Aug 27
I suck at self-care, but I finally got my eye check up. I thought it had been a year since my last appointment. Nope.... two. And we all know I only went because I am running out of contact lenses. Next up, I should prob find a PCP. 🤣
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Mark Ramzy DO, EMT-P Jun 30
at : - Adversity is part of the gig & can take the toll, it's a teacher & catalyst for growth - We can better prepare for adverse events, mindset is everything - Aim to support one another through adversity & challenge
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Matt Sztajnkrycer Jan 24
Homer sends his thanks to all his well-wishers and wants you to know that although he may not feel the best, he is committed to taking his dad on walks.
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Mohammad A. Zafar MD Feb 16
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Bubbly Activist Junior Doc 🌈 Apr 24
Today for junior doctor teaching one of the orthopaedic surgeons spent an entire hour talking about burnout and doctor mental health: “we need to take a top-down approach for everyone’s sake” 💕
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Annoyed Med Student Feb 8
This is quality of life. 7pm and the beach is full of people walking around, playing, having fun. I am so lucky. Also, sand sculptures!!
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Allison Chrestensen, MPH, OTR/L Jul 10
“The practice of healer, therapist, teacher, or any helping professional should be directed toward his or herself first because if the helper is unhappy, he or she cannot help many people.” -Thich Nhat Hanh
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Regina Royan, MD MPH Feb 13
I’ve gotten more sun and fresh air in the last five days in Thailand than I have in the last 7.5 months (). So much so that I keep looking down at my arms and wondering “whose arm is that?” 💁🏻‍♀️—>💁🏾‍♀️
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s May 25
Fasting during the day calls for late night/early morning workouts
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olgatheotter Sep 9
We need more therapy dogs in the hospital. Like, lots more. And some strictly for the staff.
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Erin, PA-C Jul 27
Proud to have kept my head in the game after experiencing a mechanical on the bike that set me back 12mins. I’m happy to be feeling good. I’m happy that I had tons of support from near and far. Overall, today was a good day.
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Dr Bec Szabo Nov 29
Leg morning with music from the decade but guess which decade?? Hint- there was a lot of CC 🎶 🏭
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A. Nov 12
Powerful clip where President Dr Vijay Roach discusses his family’s lived experience of perinatal depression and anxiety. Practitioners should screen and help is available!
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Grace Oliver, MD 14 Dec 18
I can’t WAIT to spend some time today writing love letters to doctors and med students! Hopefully this beautiful stationery from will make my words at least 20% more comforting 🥰
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Charyse Diaz, MD FAAP|| ᜋᜈᜓᜄ᜴ᜑᜒᜏᜒᜆ᜴ Aug 9
Made it to barre after a long night in the hospital.
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Jorge Feria, M.D. Apr 1
Good morning sometimes in life you just need an emotional recharge. This weekend was my wife’s birthday so I scheduled a golden weekend after a post-call Friday. Our adventures included first-time horseback riding and adding a new family member.
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Robert Vaughan Jul 15
Lift day: Deadlifts, kettlebell farmers carry, then some time in the sauna.
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