In this episode, we are speaking with Susan Landers who has been a neonatologist for over thirty-five years & mother to three children, Dr. Susan Landers thrived in the incredibly demanding environment of the NICU & she managed to postpone burnout until the end of her career. While caring for sick newborns and critically ill premature babies, she often worked more than sixty hours per week. There were many ethically challenging cases that troubled her, and, at the end of her career, her physical and emotional exhaustion ballooned. Dr. Landers shares the signs of burnout, how it impacts our long-term health and relationships, and ways to recover from it.
Experience & background 01:33
Getting burn out during the pandemic 06:31
Working mother burnout 10:20
How do we overcome it? 11:25
Susan shares a story with a past patient 17:22
Wanting to inspire women 19:20
Free burnout checklist 19:56
Four Go-To Questions: 22:08
1. Who and what inspires you?
2. What is something you wished you knew when you were younger?
3. What's the essential part of your daily routine?
4. Best advice you’ve ever received?
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