The Case for Personal Resilience Strategies in Changing the Focus from Burnout to Wellbeing

By: Amy Locke, MD, FAAFP Physician well-being is a major focus of many physician organizations and is frequently highlighted in popular media.  Some have described the root of the problem as a disconnect between expectation and reality.  This is a helpful framework for situations that result in disappointment.  I recently rented a house on Airbnb. Eagerly … Continue reading The Case for Personal Resilience Strategies in Changing the Focus from Burnout to Wellbeing

Personal Nutrition Life Hacks

By: Susan Pohl, MD, FAAFP My opening confession is going to be easy to accept.  I am not an expert in nutrition.  I do not have a degree in nutrition, I did not study at a culinary academy, and I don’t have a nutrition business to promote.  Personal nutrition, however, is a topic that reveals … Continue reading Personal Nutrition Life Hacks

Why (not) Family Medicine? – Patrick Courneya, MD

Why (not) Family Medicine? is a series of posts from health care thought leaders, both inside and outside of Family Medicine. These will be posted every Friday. The participants were asked to focus on whatever they wanted in response to this question. We are glad that so many of these impressive leaders were willing to … Continue reading Why (not) Family Medicine? – Patrick Courneya, MD