Physician Wellness

Weekly Wellness: How are you doing?

March 24th, 2021
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How are you doing? How many times per day do you get that question? But really… how are you doing? If it’s truly not “fine” – then that’s a sign that you may need to share your feelings with someone close to you. Weekly Wellness Tip By Dr. Jess Badwards | bewellhealwell.com  How are you doing? Try answering this question honestly, […]

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Weekly Wellness: Social media is not real life

April 14th, 2021
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Is your social media newsfeed filled with perfection? Beautiful photos, brilliant articles, breathtaking vacations, Martha Stewart dinner plates? If so, you’re not alone. But those are only snapshots – quick moments. The best foot forward. We promise, nobody has IT ALL together, ALL the time. So if you’re comparing yourself to others, try to remember […]

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Weekly Wellness: Appreciate who you are

April 7th, 2021
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  A vital part of wellness is accepting yourself for who you are, imperfections and all, so Dr. Jess Badwards reminds us in this week’s wellness blog. Celebrate what makes you unique. Appreciate what each of your team members bring to your life, whether it’s around the dinner table or in the ED. The world […]

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Weekly Wellness: Call your mom

March 17th, 2021
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In this week’s blog post, Dr. Jess Badwards shares how changing one thing… changes everything. Be inspired: here (Start by calling your mom!) Weekly Wellness Tip By Dr. Jess Badwards | bewellhealwell.com This week, change one thing. Don’t become overwhelmed by all you want to do and change. Change one thing. And feel proud that you […]

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Weekly Wellness: One year later

March 10th, 2021
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Did the pandemic leave you feeling like you had the weight of the world on your shoulders? If so, you’re not alone. In this week’s post, Dr. Jess Badwards shares how important it is to acknowledge all you’ve been through as this public health crisis turns a year old. Weekly Wellness Tip By Dr. Jess […]

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Wellness: Expectations

March 3rd, 2021
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Do you expect to be perfect? While it is important to aim for perfection, it is impossible to be perfect. USACS clinicians have a lot of tools in their toolbox to help us be excellent, such as, first off, providing excellent care, and also FailSafe, other apps, continuing education, and clinical management tools.  We do our best […]

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Weekly Wellness: Prioritizing Mental Health

February 10th, 2021
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                Dr. Jess Badwards reminds physicians this week that the world does not stop if you take the time to care for your own mental health. So make the time to care for yourself – even if it means taking a day off. Consider scheduling it into your […]

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Weekly Wellness: National Wear Red Day – Take one step

February 5th, 2021
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In honor of National Wear Red Day, Wellness Champion Dr. Jess Badwards created a special post encouraging us all to take one step toward improving our health. “We have chosen a profession in which we often put taking care of others ahead of taking care of ourselves,” Dr. Badwards writes. “Many of us also choose […]

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Weekly Wellness: Unlearning

January 27th, 2021
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  What do you need to unlearn? Dr. Jess Badwards asks this important question in her Wellness post this week, noting that some habits or actions for the sake of “that’s the way my parents did it” add unnecessary pressure to our daily lives. She advises that if a task brings you stress instead of […]

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Weekly Wellness: Be the person who does what’s right

January 20th, 2021
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“Never, never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society’s punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Even if it’s not always easy, doing the right thing […]

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