Medical school and residency are filled with memorable experiences. Some are wonderful. Others are frustrating, upsetting, or awkward. I’d like to share three of my most embarrassing stories from medical school and residency.
I’ve been using a treadmill desk for my remote job, side gigs, and graduate school work for 8 years, and I love it. Here’s my insight on treadmill desks, and how they help keep you healthy and productive.
It’s more important than ever to take time for your own physical and mental health. Physician burnout CME is a great way to help maintain your wellbeing and earn credits at the same time.
One of the toughest questions faced by physicians when buying disability insurance is how much to get. This article covers how to determine the appropriate amount of disability insurance for doctors, given their unique personal and professional situations.
Temptation bundling is the notion of linking together two activities to accomplish something in our lives. The first activity is something we need to do or should do, but want to avoid or have the tendency to postpone for as long as possible. The second activity is one that we enjoy doing. It’s a hobby we love, a time waster, our “guilty pleasure,” or whatever we do to relax.
If you’re a healthcare professional who wants more than simply to earn a decent salary by going to work every day, you should have a professional New Year’s resolution. Look for Zebras is all about living your professional life to the fullest and on your own terms. To do that, you need to be proactive.