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Perpetual mOe-tion with Dr. mOe Anderson has been honored with the prestigious w3 Silver Award for excellence in digital content.

About this podcast: This program is for adventurous, open-minded lifelong learners interested in self-care, professional growth, culture, communication, and wellness.

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About the host: Dr. mOe Anderson, is a speaker, humorist, dentist, speaker coach, survivor, and Amazon #1 bestselling author.

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Jan 6, 2023

Dr. Claire Unis is a healthcare provider who says many people do not recognize how deeply the doctors who care for them may be suffering. As a board-certified practicing pediatrician with a degree in literary arts, Dr. Unis brings her love of writing and helping others to her additional career educating fellow clinicians on how to avoid burnout. Dr. Unis wrote while in medical school to retain her humanity and compassion. She asserts that the push toward speed dating in medicine has left many physicians with PTSD-like symptoms that she refers to as "moral injury".  In this episode, Dr. mOe and Dr. Unis discuss what must be done to heal our healers.

Notable Quote from this episode - "Medicine is more consumer-driven than it has ever been."

Topics discussed include the role of narrative medicine, why we must offer grace to our clinicians, how to retain compassion under stressful conditions, how medical school changes people, and advice for aspiring physicians. 

Connect with Dr. Unis and learn more about her writings and teachings to augment clinician well-being on her website https://www.claireunis.net/