Ni-Cheng Liang, MD
Work-Life Balance and Mindful Communication
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What You'll Learn
Hear Dr. Liang's personal experience with mindfulness through cancer treatment, her medical practice, and burnout, and find a new definition of what work-life balance means
Learn the effects that mindfulness curriculums are having on medical students' performance, stress levels, and burnout rates, and understand the importance of system buy-in and action to make lasting changes in the field of medicine
Explore how mindful communication can improve interactions with patients, and follow along in a brief breath-awareness practice
About Ni-Cheng Liang, MD
Dr. Ni-Cheng Liang is a mother, cancer survivor, pulmonary physician and mindfulness teacher. She is Director of Pulmonary Integrative Medicine at Coastal Pulmonary Associates, affiliated with Scripps Health. As a cancer survivor, she attributes mindfulness meditation to maximizing her quality of life. After returning to medical practice from cancer treatment, she incorporates mindfulness into her practice of medicine with patients, and teaches mindfulness for cultivating resilience amongst healthcare providers. Find out more about Dr. Liang here, including a link to her publication on Integrative Medicine for Pulmonary Patients in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Patient Education Series.
About Mark Bertin, MD
Mark Bertin, MD is a developmental pediatrician and author of How Children Thrive, Mindful Parenting for ADHD and The Family ADHD Solution, which integrate mindfulness into the rest of evidence-based pediatric care. He is a contributing author for the book Teaching Mindfulness Skills to Kids and Teens. Dr. Bertin is on faculty at New York Medical College and the Windward Teacher Training Institute, and on the advisory boards for the non-profits Common Sense Media and Reach Out and Read. He is a regular contributor to Mindful Magazine, and his blog is available through Mindful.org and Psychology Today. For more information, please visit his website.