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Get Organized for Better Work-Life Balance with Dr. Sarah Hart-Unger

Physician's Guide to Doctoring

Release Date: 07/22/2020

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Physician's Guide to Doctoring

Dr. Tisser is an ED doc and urgent care director. He hosts the Talk2MeDoc podcast and is the owner of Talk2MeDoc LLC, a consulting company working with early-career physicians. His original podcast goal was to get different allied health professionals onto the show to discuss what they wanted physicians to know about their fields and what we could do to foster better communication. We discussed the takeaway from a few of his more memorable episodes, there were common themes throughout the interviews.

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Silvie Stacy, MD, MPH, is a preventive medicine physician and founder of LookforZebras.com. She knew from the start that she wanted to be a nonclinical physician, but there weren’t many resources out there, so she built her blog. She just wrote the book, 50 Nonclinical Careers for Physicians (Fulfilling, meaningful, and Lucrative Alternatives to Direct Patient Care). She shares with us some of the more common, esoteric, lucrative, and unexpected opportunities that are out there and how to find them.

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Dr. Sarah Hart-Unger is a pediatric endocrinologist, blogger at TheShuBox.com, and cohost of the podcast Best of Both Worlds.

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Apparently IR has a problem with PR. Some of us could be more familiar with all of the different procedures that they do and for me and my family, it hit really close to home. Dr. Hamilton describes the breadth and depth of what IR can do, from from TIPS procedures to fibroid embolization, to treating vasculopathy, they have lots to offer our patients and usually under conscious-sedation. But just because they can doesn’t mean they should, so we get into the evolving ethics of IR. 

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Physicians dedicate our lives to the care of others and this often doesn’t end when we leave work, but extends to our family and friends, other projects and demands that lead us to over extend ourselves until we feel like butter spread over too much bread. Psychiatrist Dr. Tsatiris discusses how we can work more self-care into our lives without the guilt.

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Mr. Eastman is a professional poker player who runs Beyond Tells, a poker tells training site and provides consulting services to physicians, practices, and hospitals regarding nonverbal communication.

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Physician's Guide to Doctoring

Mr. Wiggins is the co-founder at Pattern, a life and disability insurance company that caters to the physician community. He teaches us about disability and despite there being a pandemic that is putting us at higher risk, because of the shelter in place orders, it is actually EASIER to get disability. We discuss this as well as why disability is so important, why he rarely sells short term disability, when it is OK to drop your policy, and the rate of disability for physicians vs. the population at large.

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Max Jordan Nguemeni Tiako is a 5th year med student (out of 5) at Yale and hosts Flip the Script, a podcast about healthcare disparities. He starts out discussing how some of what we learn about race being a risk factor for some diseases are a product of social constructs, not genetic predisposition. We learn about the hardships faced by minority medical students from microaggressions from students and faculty to disparities in grading and how this can affect career trajectory.

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Dr. Sarah Hart-Unger is a pediatric endocrinologist, who did all of her education at Duke, and is now the pediatric residency program director at Joe Dimaggio Children’s Hospital in South Florida.  She is intrigued by the challenges of making work and life fit together -- so much that she cohosts a podcast on the topic, Best of Both Worlds, with time management expert and writer Laura Vanderkam.

She is married to a vascular surgeon and has three young children, so we discuss how they manage get it all done using the Getting Things Done methodology.  We talk about how checklists aren’t just critical in central line placement and she has her own checklist manifesto to get your day, your month, and your life more organized. She has some favorite apps although she finds paper keeps her more organized. She tries to help me get organized so I don’t end up thinking about all the things I need to do while I’m playing with my kids and then tries to convince me to keep my desk clean.

In addition to her podcast, you can find her at theshubox.com.  

The apps she mentioned were todoist.com and cozi.com.

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