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When physicians are healthy and fulfilled, they're better equipped to care for others. Yet many doctors, residents and medical students report burnout, depression and other concerns at some point in their career — and countless others stay silent out of fear of stigma. Sound Mind is a podcast that sheds light on physician wellness and medical culture, produced by the Canadian Medical Association and hosted by psychiatrist and wellness expert, Dr. Caroline Gérin-Lajoie. This interview-based p ...
 
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"We've often been stalled by the fact that medicine is painted as this altruistic, noble, honourable profession, forgetting that medicine is built on such heinous acts of racial violence that we don't often acknowledge." – Dr. Joseph Mpalirwa Dr. Joseph Mpalirwa is a family physician at Toronto's Casey House and recently co-authored a study on Blac…
 
“In medicine we’ve been held to really unreasonable expectations of what it means to be a physician. Even the idea of ‘health care heroes’ during the pandemic, which came from wanting to honour providers, has actually had the reverse consequence – making health care providers feel they need to be superheroes.”– Dr. Jo Shapiro Dr. Jo Shapiro, surgeo…
 
"We aren’t actually part of normal society, not anymore. Medicine does something to us. It teaches us another language, one only other doctors can understand. Eventually it scripts our emotions, neutralizing them whenever they threaten to overwhelm our senses.” – Dr. Jillian Horton Dr. Jillian Horton is an internist and award-winning medical educat…
 
“To me, the hidden curriculum is the little things — the off-side comments, the facial expressions. It’s trying to breed a certain type of physician, in a culture that says physicians should be infallible.” – Alexandra Morra, 4th year medical student From the cafeteria to the clinic, medical students pick up many unspoken messages about physician a…
 
“If we have a system where asking for help is not a normal part of medical training, it creates this perception that if you’re struggling and need help, it’s a weakness.” – Dr. Stephanie Klein Statistics reveal that burnout, depression and suicidal ideation are at a peak during residency, compared to any other time in a physician's career. Why is r…
 
“I can honestly say I have never been through anything like this in my life.” – Dr. Sabrina Akhtar, Toronto. When a global pandemic was declared in March 2020, medical professionals went into hyperdrive to try and contain the virus, treat patients, and keep themselves safe. Nearly a year later this work continues, but what is the cost to physician …
 
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