Housestaff Wellness

Srijna Nandivada, MD Srijna Nandivada, MD (4 Posts)

Resident Physician Columnist

University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler


Srijna is an internal medicine resident physician at UT Health Northeast.

consci/o- [in medical terminology: a connection deep to a state of understanding]

All physicians are taught to communicate with a fundamental language of healing and justice. This column is a collection of reflections on how I learned this fundamental language and an homage to the teachers who taught me.




On The Other Side: Resident Physician as Patient

It really doesn’t take much to remind you just how human you are. I utilize the adjective “human” because most believe, both inside and outside of the confines of the medical community, that physicians are entitled and even expected to behave in somewhat robotic ways, with the long hours and constant absorption and dispensation of medical knowledge that often comes with performing the job and doing so well.

Alex Smith, MD (1 Posts)

Attending Physician Guest Writer

UCSF


Alex Smith is a physician-researcher at UCSF who blogs regularly at GeriPal.