“I don’t believe that work-life balance truly exists. What I think we can strive for is self-compassion”
Dr. Resa Lewiss is Professor of Emergency Medicine & Radiology as well as Director of the Point-of-Care Ultrasound Division at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. She is also the host of The Visible Voices Podcast.
Dr. Adaira Landry is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School & Assistant Residency Director for the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Programs
Dr. Landry and Dr. Lewiss join Explore The Space Podcast to discuss a superb paper they co-authored on what efficient mentorship looks like. This was a springboard into a discussion of how we can all work smarter, why work-life balance is a myth, & their shared love of point of care ultrasound.
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1. Learning about “Work smarter, not harder”
2. Starting with the Self and thinking about how to move from where you are now to where you want to be in 5 years
3. Replacing the myth of work-life balance with the reality of self-compassion
4. Time, caring for Self, and getting a bagel and coffee
5. Assessing how you use your time and how their HBR paper fits into that assessment
6. Getting comfortable with saying No and the 3 criteria Dr. Landry uses
7. Dr. Lewiss’ pathway to becoming a point of care ultrasound (POCUS) expert
8. How POCUS served as a springboard for Dr. Landry and seeing what speed & efficiency can look like
9. The ways POCUS changes the physician-patient dynamic
10. Having an impact on the question of “what’s taking so long?”
11. The importance of words
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