THE MIND FULL MEDIC PODCAST

Burnout, Stress Resilience and the Mind-Body Connection in Medicine with Dr Shailla Vaidya

May 29, 2020 Dr Cheryl Martin Season 1 Episode 3
THE MIND FULL MEDIC PODCAST
Burnout, Stress Resilience and the Mind-Body Connection in Medicine with Dr Shailla Vaidya
Show Notes

In this episode we meet Dr Shailla Vaidya MD a Canadian physician with a background in Emergency Medicine and Family Practice who also holds a Masters in Public Health from Harvard University.  Dr Vaidya has also undergone extensive training in Ayurveda, Yoga therapy, Mindfulness and Trauma informed practices.  She combines her knowledge, skills and experience in her practice in Toronto with particular focus on working with groups and individuals to help manage burnout and the physical and emotional sequelae of chronic stress related illness. We discuss occupational burnout particularly with reference to the current COVID19 global pandemic, the impacts of chronic stress and trauma on health and well-being and yoga as a tool for self calibration. 

Website: www.theYogaMD.caTwitter:@ShaillaVaidya

Facebook: Dr. Shailla Vaidya the YogaMD

LinkedIn: Shailla Vaidy

Instagram:the.Yoga.MD

references:
Shanafelt TD, Noseworthy JH. Executive Leadership and Physician Well-being: Nine Organizational Strategies to Promote Engagement and Reduce Burnout. Mayo Clin Proc. 2017;92(1):129‐146. doi:10.1016/j.mayocp.2016.10.004

resources:
www.drs4drs.com.au
www.beyondblue.org.au
www.lifeline.org.au 13 11 14


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Disclaimer: The content in this podcast is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health care professional. Moreover views expressed here are our own and do not necessarily reflect those of our employers or other official organisations.