thriving-in-scrubs Thriving in Scrubs: Normal People At some point in their education, doctors start talking about “normal people” with a mixture of envy and curiosity. Why do doctors feel this distance from others, and from the parts of their own selves outside of their profession? We talk to Nicole, Sarah and Emma, three OBGYN residents at different stages of training about how they recognize, love and forgive the normal parts of themselves. Spoiler alert: it’s all about the friends who keep us from feeling alone.
Contributor: Adam SapersteinOctober 30, 2019Topics: / / Keywords: / / /
New York Times When Doctors Become Patients by Eric D. Manheimer Few experiences have a greater impact on the perspective of healthcare providers than being in the patient role.
Contributor: Adam SapersteinMarch 1, 2015Topics: Keywords: / / /
Washington-Post I’m an atheist psychiatrist. Should I see patients who believe in God? by Jean Kim Respecting an individual’s perspective and the way they relate to the world is a tenet of high-quality healthcare. How should that play out in discussions about religion and spirituality?
Contributor: Adam SapersteinJanuary 28, 2015Topics: Keywords: / / / /