Ep. 79 – GAIN Without Pain for Teaching Professionals with Dr. Greg Hammer MD

Tim StephensonScience 360 Podcast

Greg Hammer, MD, is a professor at Stanford University School of Medicine.

As a pediatric anesthesiologist and an intensive care physician he cares for children and their families during very stressful times.

Burnout is on the rise. This is a problem we cannot afford to ignore. The rising costs of burnout are staggering. Health care professionals AND teachers, sacrifice their health, happiness, and relationships.

Fortunately, there is a solution. Dr. Greg Hammer created GAIN Without Pain so that health care professionals AND teachers can prevent burnout and reclaim happiness. This proven path toward personal resilience can be implemented by anyone, anywhere, in just a few minutes a day. Increased resilience could save your practice, your students, your marriage – or even your life.

GAIN Without Pain is a four-step process toward happiness. GAIN is an acronym for Gratitude, Acceptance, Intention, and Nonjudgment.

“As physicians (AND teachers), we owe our patients (students) two things…our time and our skill. We do not owe our patients (students) our lives.” – Joseph D. Wassersug, MD, bestselling author

Dr. Hammer frequently speaks around the world to share his expertise and philosophy.
Greg’s website: www.GregHammerMD.com
Book on Amazon: https://a.co/d/7TFzdPT

Facebook: @GregHammerMD; https://www.facebook.com/greghammermd/
Instagram: @greghammermd; https://www.instagram.com/greghammermd/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/greg-hammer-02b20422/

This is an encouraging and uplifting conversation about some physiological and pedagogical steps we teachers can take to limit stress Click To Tweet


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