Dr. Ryan Stegink was born and raised in the Midwest, He is majored in physics before going to medical school, ultimately specializing in general pediatrics. Dr. Stegink now works as an outpatient general pediatrician and enjoys caring for patients from all over the world, using his Spanish skills on a daily basis. He also enjoys encouraging colleagues and trainees, having been through burnout himself less than a year out of training.
In this episode, Ryan also discussed…
1:24 - About the guest
4:19 - how did he work on changing his poor work-life habit
5:49 - Recommendations to have a conversation with people that will help you evaluate your work-life balance
7:16 - recommendations on how he went about finding that data or finding what they wanted as completed visits and the missed opportunity.
9:05 - How does burnout show up in Dr. Ryan's life
12:30 - The importance of having the right group that will be supportive on you
14:27 - How he came up with his podcast about physician burnout and dealing with different issues.
16:44 Enjoying the moment before you settle down
18:22 Dr. Ryan shares about working with his residence and other stuff
19:28 He shares about how he almost became a father
23:46 Giving empathy to his patients as he also has a grief experience in the past
24:00 How to help other physicians to get things done without being exhausted or stressed
26:13 Shares about his podcast "MedEdWell Podcast"
28:26 What's something that no one asks but you wish they would?
29:47 Parting words
Listen and be inspired. It will be worth it all!
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