Finding Joy: The Health Care Professional’s Journey to Well-being

Destressing and the Value of Team Members

November 16, 2021 Washington State University Health Sciences Season 1 Episode 5
Destressing and the Value of Team Members
Finding Joy: The Health Care Professional’s Journey to Well-being
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Finding Joy: The Health Care Professional’s Journey to Well-being
Destressing and the Value of Team Members
Nov 16, 2021 Season 1 Episode 5
Washington State University Health Sciences

In the final episode of Season 1, Dr. Katie Schmidt grew up in the Detroit area, but her studies as a medical student brought her to Providence Medical Group in Mukilteo, Washington, where she learned under Dr. Katherine Bumstead. Katie has learned a lot from Dr. Bumstead, both in medical and mental health practices. Burnout became especially prevalent during COVID-19, and both Katie and Dr. Bumstead share methods to reduce both stress and burnout that can be adapted by anyone. 

Finding Joy will be back in early January 2022 with Session 2. The new season will be produced by Doug Nadvornick, Program Director/News Director/Morning Edition Host, Spokane Public Radio.

Additional Information:

“Finding Joy: The Health Care Professional’s Journey to Well-being" is a podcast resource developed by a team of interprofessional education researchers from Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane. They’re promoting well-being among students, faculty, and healthcare professionals during challenging times. Funding is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

The Interprofessional Education Research team wishes to thank the following individuals for their invaluable contributions to this project:

• Dr. Barb Richardson, nurse, educator, and interprofessional champion;

• Cameron Cupp, creator of the “Finding Joy” musical score and current enrollee at WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine;

• Washington State University staff from Marketing and Communications, Financial Services, and the Collaboration for Interprofessional Health Education Research and Scholarship; and

• Claire Martin-Tellis, Executive Producer, and Solen Aref, student intern, who developed the first five episodes of the “Finding Joy” podcast.

This episode of “Finding Joy” was produced by Doug Nadvornick, Program Director, Spokane Public Radio.

If you would like to reach out, please contact our team by sending an email to: medicine.ipoc@wsu.edu We also encourage you to visit our podcast blog as well as our team's website at: https://opioideducation.wsu.edu/about/.

Show Notes

In the final episode of Season 1, Dr. Katie Schmidt grew up in the Detroit area, but her studies as a medical student brought her to Providence Medical Group in Mukilteo, Washington, where she learned under Dr. Katherine Bumstead. Katie has learned a lot from Dr. Bumstead, both in medical and mental health practices. Burnout became especially prevalent during COVID-19, and both Katie and Dr. Bumstead share methods to reduce both stress and burnout that can be adapted by anyone. 

Finding Joy will be back in early January 2022 with Session 2. The new season will be produced by Doug Nadvornick, Program Director/News Director/Morning Edition Host, Spokane Public Radio.

Additional Information:

“Finding Joy: The Health Care Professional’s Journey to Well-being" is a podcast resource developed by a team of interprofessional education researchers from Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane. They’re promoting well-being among students, faculty, and healthcare professionals during challenging times. Funding is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

The Interprofessional Education Research team wishes to thank the following individuals for their invaluable contributions to this project:

• Dr. Barb Richardson, nurse, educator, and interprofessional champion;

• Cameron Cupp, creator of the “Finding Joy” musical score and current enrollee at WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine;

• Washington State University staff from Marketing and Communications, Financial Services, and the Collaboration for Interprofessional Health Education Research and Scholarship; and

• Claire Martin-Tellis, Executive Producer, and Solen Aref, student intern, who developed the first five episodes of the “Finding Joy” podcast.

This episode of “Finding Joy” was produced by Doug Nadvornick, Program Director, Spokane Public Radio.

If you would like to reach out, please contact our team by sending an email to: medicine.ipoc@wsu.edu We also encourage you to visit our podcast blog as well as our team's website at: https://opioideducation.wsu.edu/about/.