In just under 5 minutes, Dr. Katie Rebillot from Maimonides Medical Center explains the problems of maintaining a “curative fantasy” and proposes solutions to achieving work-life balance in residency.
CALLING ALL NEW YORK CITY STORY LOVERS Tuesday, June 16, 2015 @ 7PM, Von Bar (3 Bleecker Street at Bowery) We all have stories to tell. They are sometimes funny […]
AKOSMED Book Review Series Presents: Overwhelmed — Work, Love, and Play When No One Has the Time, by Brigid Schulte (2014) I know you should never judge a book by it’s cover, […]
Introducing: The AKOSMED Book Review Series In addition to the resources and annotated bibliographies provided elsewhere on the site, AKOSMED will now be reviewing books in the popular literature on […]
Life skills — i.e. everything that you DIDN’T learn in medical school. We learn a lot of things in medical school — anatomy, physiology, the number of textbooks we can […]
Adapted from Brazeau C. Coping with the Stress of Being Sued. Fam Prac Manag. 2001; 8(5):41-44 Related post: litigation stress THE SUMMONS The summons is often the first clue for […]
Back in the day, as a newly-minted intern starting my residency in Emergency Medicine, I remember one of my venerated senior attendings say to me at the end of a […]
In September 2010, a little known American indie pop band released their debut single, which went on to become one of the most popular songs of 2011. The song spent eight […]