Nisha Mehta, MD: Physician Wellness


Nisha Mehta, MD joins me on this week’s podcast to discuss physician wellness and physician burnout.

Nisha is a radiologist with subspecialty training in Musculoskeletal and Breast Imaging. She is a writer with interests in health policy, physician wellness, and medical education. She has published with Forbes, KevinMD.com, the Radiology Business Journal, the Huffington Post, Thieme Medical Publishers, and Doximity, amongst others. You can find more of her writing on her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/nishamehtamd or follow her on Twitter @nishamehtamd.

We also chat about how:

  • pregnancy affected our training
  • pumping while doctoring
  • delaying childbearing due to medicine
  • Physician Burnout
  • Physician Wellness
  • Find a girlfriend in real life to chat about this stuff in YOUR real life!

Here’s a selection of Nisha’s writing:
Babies and Medicine: On Choosing the Perfect Time
Why We Should Care About Physician Debt?
You Know You’re a Female Physician When…

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2 comments on “Nisha Mehta, MD: Physician Wellness

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to your chat on my long drive today, even if it did leave me feeling a bit like I did as a grade school boy reading Judy Blum’s “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret”.

    You’re both addressing really important topics (burnouts, finance, and the role of the side hustle in improving both) — I look forward to hearing more from both of you.

    Cheers!
    -PoF

    • Lol. That’s hilarious. Glad you enjoyed it! I am also a huge Judy Bloom fan. Look how much we have in common!

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