Coping with Your Crazy-Busy Life
Work-Life Balance: Tips to Gain Control
When and How to Say No
5 Research-Based Ways to Say "No"
Effectively Managing Technology so that it Doesn't Control You
Smartphone Users: Beware
The Power of Nature
Dr. Norm Rizk Remarks on Work-Life
Family Quality Time
How to Raise Kids Who Aren't Spoiled
Nine Psychological Tasks for a Good Marriage
Making Step-Families Work
Physician Mothers and Breast Feeding
Effects of Stress on Family
Talking to Kids about Stress
Work-Life Office - Faculty
Work-Life Office - Residents
Work-Life Office - Postdocs
Work-Life Office - Students
Office of Faculty Development and Diversity
Pregnancy, Birth, Grandparent, Child, Preteen, Teen Classes
Lactation Support including Lactation Spaces
Work-Life and Physicians
Physicians quickly realize that time is the most important resource that they have. Where have you placed YOU on your priority list?
Setting priorities, learning to say no, delegating, and realizing that you can actually accomplish more by taking time for self-care, all lead to more time for fun. Remember that word?
Putting family and patients first, in conjuction with career and academic pressures, often come at the expense of sleep and personal well-being.
Work toward personal and medical culture support for a fulfilling integrated work and home life - and in doing so improve patient care as well as personal satisfaction.