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Over the past 2 decades, Dr. Gazelle has been featured in a wide variety of venues.

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Tackling burnout in physicians:

How coaching can help

Harvard Medical School Institute of Coaching webinar
Dr. Gazelle was a featured expert on burnout in physicians and physician executives

YOU TUBE TRANSCRIPT: ( The first 2-minutes)

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    a warm welcome to all and a happy summer I hope wherever you are that it’s as
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    beautiful it is for Gale and me in Massachusetts today we are having
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    glorious summer and even that Gale it’s given that we’re talking about burnout it’s kind of interesting to have this
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    juxtaposition with the beautiful summer and the idea that one could be burned
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    out to say a few things about Gale and
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    I’m not going to go through the formal bio because you could all read that and I wanted to share a few things that Gale
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    shared with me which I think tell you something about both depth of character
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    and commitment people who are struggling so Gale a volunteer at hospice when she
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    was an undergrad and that’s not typical for for someone in their one late teens
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    and 20s scale yes to people who are dying when you are at a stage of life
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    when you’re barely just getting into the world and went to medical school in order to work in the hospital built has
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    been dedicated to vulnerable populations ever since for all of our medical career
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    and got interested in the caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s which is
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    extremely difficult all to play and we wrote a book 400 health complications
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    it’s called mindfulness support for Alzheimer’s caregivers and then more
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    recently has suited to help physicians because I guess scaling your time as a
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    doctor well they’re not in hospice and they don’t have Alzheimer’s
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    struggling in a way that wasn’t the case decade is it go and so Gail’s been
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    writing about resilience she’s got a free book called building restore himself and it’s now dedicated to
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    working with physicians to deal with this growing concern with position
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    burnout and wrote one of the first papers on this topic and you know now

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Empathy deficit disorder: Fact or fiction?

NPR-WOSU Newsroom

In this NPR radio interview, Dr. Gazelle is asked to comment on how to help people put themselves in someone else’s shoes. She notes the importance of empathy in all human relationship and the impact of lack of empathy on such societal problems as intolerance and prejudice.

Emergency rooms in crisis

Univision.com

For this website for Spanish-speaking Americans, Dr. Gazelle provides tips for getting the best possible ER care. She reviews the importance of always bringing someone along to advocate for you, making sure to carry a list of medications you are taking, and getting the names of anyone who provides care so you can be sure that an attending level physician is overseeing your care.

The website helps to balance doctor-patient relationship

Howard County Times

Asked to comment about how to improve communication between doctors and patients: “Patients need help and coaching to know what it is that doctors are trying to find out,” Gazelle said. “We need to enter into partnership.” She talks about the problem of medical schools providing a massive amount of medical knowledge but not teaching future physicians how to share this knowledge with patients.

Graying of gay America

EdgeNewYork.com

In this article about health concerns of elderly gay men and lesbians, Dr. Gazelle notes that for the elderly, the “haves” and “have-nots” are separated not by money, but by whether they have someone in the next generation to advocate for them.

Be a better caregiver

AOLHealth.com

Dr. Gazelle provides a number of practical tips on how to keep elders safe, from removing throw rugs to how to avoid heat stroke in hot weather.

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