I am still on Cloud 9 to be a contributor to After Rounds. I’m not enthusiastic only because this is my first recurring editorial role since my undergraduate career; I am enthusiastic to be part of a space where conversations for medical providers is not just limited to how to excel in the hospital. We engage frequently in conversations about burnout and wellness – in a way that is actionable. I’ll share bi-weekly (on this space) my recent contributions to the space.
- Hobbies for Doctors: Why You Should Nurture Your Passions – it can be hard to find time to nurture your passions outside of your practice. In this piece, I share four articles that may (as a bonus) improve your capabilities within the hospital.
- A Primer on Choosing Your Medical Specialty – choosing your medical specialty is no easy decision. Here’s a rundown of everything you need to know to set the right path for your medical career.
- What are Clinical Rotations – With clinical rotations, you treat patients using the diagnoses you discussed in the classroom. Here’s a rundown of what you need to know.
- The Case for a Sense of Humor in Medicine – A sense of humor in medicine may be more important than you think. Here’s how it can help you through some of your toughest challenges.
- Preparing for your First Patient Encounter – Your first patient encounter can be nerve-wracking. Learn what to do before, during and after your first clinical encounter with a patient.
Excited to share more on After Rounds and to bring a bit more narrative medicine back to this space (at a time when I’m not post-call). Love you always.