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How To Avoid Burnout At Your New Home Office

From the Show: Mindful Medicine
Summary:

Almost a year into this pandemic now and a good chunk of us are still working from home. In fact, we may never go back to an office. 

Air Date: 11/17/20
Duration: 22:53
Host: Holly Lucille, RN, ND
Guest Bio: Dr. Greg Hammer
Greg Hammer, MD is a pediatric intensive care physician, pediatric anesthesiologist, and professor at Stanford University Medical Center. A member of the Stanford WellMD initiative and the Wellness Committee for the American Society of Anesthesiologists, Dr. Hammer is currently the Chair of the Physician Wellness Task Force for the California Society of Anesthesiologists. He has been a visiting professor and lecturer on wellness at institutions worldwide and teaches GAIN to medical students, residents, and fellows at Stanford.  

Dr. Hammer’s clinical focus is in pediatric cardiac anesthesia and pediatric critical care medicine. His research is in developmental pharmacology and immunology, and he has an active laboratory with multiple ongoing studies in these areas. He has published widely on topics related to pharmacology and perioperative care of children undergoing cardiac and thoracic procedures as well as organ transplantation. Dr. Hammer is a health enthusiast and meditator, utilizing a non-duality and mindfulness-based approach, including the GAIN method.  Dr. Hammer is the author of GAIN without Pain: The Happiness Handbook for Health Care Professionals, which was released on May 15, 2020. 

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How To Avoid Burnout At Your New Home Office
Almost a year into this pandemic now and a good chunk of us are still working from home. In fact, we may never go back to an office. 

But as wonderful as it sounds to never deal with traffic, working in your pajamas from your bed or couch, it can lead to burning out in both physical and mental ways. 

Joining us to talk about home office burn out is Dr. Greg Hammer, a pediatric intensive care physician, pediatric anesthesiologist, and professor at Stanford University Medical Center.

We'll hear today about the stress put on our bodies from these new lifestyles, keeping work and home life separate even when they take place in the same building, creating a sleep schedule, and how to deal with the fear and anxiety heightened by this pandemic.
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