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GRIT in Medicine

Join the conversation around Growth, Resilience, Inspiration, and Tenacity in medicine.

We'll address the growing need for improved clinician wellness and development for a gender-balanced leadership healthcare team.

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Meet the Hosts

Anjali Bhagra, M.D.

Anjali Bhagra, M.D.

General Internal Medicine

Course Director of GRIT for Women in Medicine 2019

Dr. Bhagra is an Internist practicing in Executive Health.

Find Dr. Bhagra on Twitter @anjalibhagramd

Susan M. Moeschler, M.D.

Susan M. Moeschler, M.D.

Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine and Pain Medicine

Course Director of GRIT for Women in Medicine 2019

Dr. Moeschler is an anesthesiologist specializing in pain medicine with a special interest in ultrasound-guided pain procedures and the management of cancer-associated pain.

Find Dr. Moeschler on Twitter @SMoeschlerMD


Latest Episodes

Episode 4

October 7, 2019

Addressing Barriers to Community Service: An Action Plan to Fill Your Bucket

Given by Dawn Marie Davis, M.D., Alexandra Anderson, M.D.

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Does the thought of volunteering bring up thoughts like, “I’m too busy, there is no way I can fit more into my already packed schedule?” Maybe you don’t feel you have anything to offer that could be helpful, Dr. Dawn Davis discusses the solutions for common barriers to participating in community service, how enriching and rewarding it can be, and how you can get started.

National Council of Nonprofits:
www.councilofnonprofits.org
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GuideStar:
www.guidestar.org
Connect on Twitter! @GuideStarUSA
Great Nonprofits:
www.greatnonprofits.org
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Ronald McDonald House – Rochester, MN:
https://www.rmhmn.org/
Connect on Twitter! @RMHMN

Episode 3

September 23, 2019

Developing Character and Caring in Medicine: A Kern Initiative

Given by Andrea Leep Hunderfund, M.D., MHPE, Stephanie Starr, M.D.Anjali Bhagra, M.D., and Susan M. Moeschler, M.D.

Connect on Twitter! @StephRStarr @anjalibhagramd @SMoeschlerMD @MayoGRIT

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How can we create environments and systems that support caring, character, and professional development? Drs. Leep and Starr get into the development of caring and character at all levels of medicine, starting with how we interact with our patients, our teams, and our systems. They call for making space for these conversations and explain the overlapping influence these have on our development as practitioners.

Deeper Dive:

Kern National Network for Caring and Character in Medicine

https://www.medednext.org/KNN/About.htm


Episode 2

September 16, 2019

Authenticity in Medicine

Given by Alexandra Anderson, M.D., Anjali Bhagra, M.D., and Susan M. Moeschler, M.D.

Connect on Twitter! @AlexAndersonMD @anjalibhagramd @SMoeschlerMD @MayoGRIT

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Do you express your authentic self within your practice of medicine? What challenges do we face when trying to be our authentic selves and how do we work through these? Dr. Alex Anderson lays out her journey to authentic self-expression and finding joy in her practice, along with discussing how you can do the same.

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Connect with the team on Twitter @MayoGRIT @anjalibhagramd @SMoeschlerMD

Deeper Dive:

Elizabeth Gilbert’s Magic Lessons Podcasts: Brené Brown and Big Strong Magic

https://apple.co/2miq5zh

Free Solo – National Geographic

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/films/free-solo/

Episode 1

September 9, 2019

Stereotype Threat and What You Can Do About It

Given by Sharonne Hayes, M.D.Anjali Bhagra, M.D., and Susan M. Moeschler, M.D.

Connect on Twitter! @SharonneHayes @anjalibhagramd @SMoeschlerMD @MayoGRIT

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What is stereotype threat? How might you be impacted by it and what can you do to mitigate it? How can you help those you mentor and teach, fight against these factors? Dr. Sharonne Hayes discusses the impact of “de-skilling,” the differences from impostor syndrome, and detailing out what you can do about these situations.

Deeper Dive:

Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do

By: Claude M. Steele https://claudesteele.com/book/

How Stereotypes Can Drive Women to Quit Science

https://www.npr.org/2012/07/12/156664337/stereotype-threat-why-women-quit-science-jobs

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Be sure to use the hashtag #MayoGRIT and let us know what you think.

Coming Soon!

August 7, 2019

Welcome to GRIT

Given by Anjali Bhagra, M.D. and Susan M. Moeschler, M.D.

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Drs. Anjali Bhagra and Susan Moeschler kick off the GRIT in Medicine podcast with a brief review of how the GRIT for Women in Medicine CME conference started and where they're headed. 

Follow them on Twitter Find Dr. Bhagra on Twitter @anjalibhagramd @SMoeschlerMD @MayoGRIT

Be sure to use the hashtag #MayoGRIT and let us know what you think.

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