Self-criticism isn’t helping you be a better scientist. Dr. Kristin Neff explains why self-compassion is a better strategy to help you achieve your academic goals.
Becoming more resilient can not only help you get through uncertain times but also enhance the quality of your life along the way. A Johns Hopkins psychologist shares his maxims to get through difficult circumstances.
To maintain wellness in the medical profession, wellness must be brought to the forefront as an issue for the medical community. The emphasis on wellness should start early while physicians are still in their training and continue in the workplace. At the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the Student Wellness Initiative, led by Jenny […]
July 1 marked a monumental day for all first-year residents, also known as interns, across the country. All freshly minted medical graduates began the rite of passage of what purports to be the most challenging year in medical training. No longer medical students, interns suddenly must take up the mantle of responsibility and make real-life […]
The white coats these days are at their starchiest, the haircuts are fresh and even the Tylenol orders are being triple-checked — it’s July again at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. That is to say, the academic medicine new year has come and gone, and a flock of some 26,000 wide-eyed but eager new physicians have […]
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