THE MIND FULL MEDIC PODCAST

Season 2 wrap up and wellbeing 2.0 with Dr Cheryl Martin

January 03, 2022 Dr Cheryl Martin Season 2 Episode 16
THE MIND FULL MEDIC PODCAST
Season 2 wrap up and wellbeing 2.0 with Dr Cheryl Martin
Show Notes

Season 2 / 2021 wrap up.  Thank you to listeners and our growing global community.  Another opportunity to review the year and season that was and to give particular thanks to my incredible guests for generously and enthusiastically sharing their time, expertise and perspective. I am very proud of the space we are creating.

  I discuss this paper by Dr Tait Shanafelt which articulates the future of sustaining the wellbeing, performance and longevity of practice of physicians.
Physician Well-being 2.0:Where are We and Where Are We Going?
Tait D. Shanafelt MD
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mayocp.2021.06.005
Wellbeing 2.0 is characterised in this article by :
Human Qualities
Vulnerability
Work-life integration
Self-compassion
Community
Meaning and Connection

These are themes which  recur through season 1 and 2.

Top Reads :
1. The Emergency Mind Dr Dan Dworkis ( S 2 E 7)https://www.emergencymind.com/book
2.Emotional Female Dr Yumiko Kadota ( S 2 E 3)
https://www.penguin.com.au/books/emotional-female-9781760894627
3.Emotional Agility Susan David ( as recommended by Dr Andrea Austin S2 E14)
4. Atomic Habits James Clear
5. The Fearless Organization Amy C Edmondson ( as discussed S2 E 15 with Dr Eve Purdy)


and hot off the press The Thriving Doctor Sharee Johnson ( S2 E 1 ) to add to your 2022 list :
https://learn.coachingfordoctors.net.au

"There comes a point where we need to stop just pulling people out of theriver. We need to go upstream and find out why they are falling in"
"Do your little bit of good where you are; it's those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world."
Archbishop Desmond Tutu     


This Season and episode is dedicated to the loving memory of Margaret Welsh 15th October 1929 - 23rd March 2021.   

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