Episode #49 of the Charged podcast
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Happy New Year from the Charged team at Mass General. In honor of the new year, we’ve asked some of our past guests about their new year's resolutions. We hope you enjoy this bonus episode and it inspires you as you think about your own plans for the new year. We’ll be back soon with new episodes.
CRISTINA FERRONE: I am Cristina Ferrone. I am the Director of the Liver Program. One of my new year’s resolutions last year was, and I’m still working on it, is to do a better job at saying no to things that don’t allow me to be as productive in the areas that I care about. So, doing a better job of saying no to things that are not truly in line with my goals.
TINA DUHAIME: My name is Ann-Christine Duhaime. I am a pediatric neurosurgeon, Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Massachusetts General Hospital. My New Year’s Resolution would be to not give up on long-term goals, just because of short-term frustrations.
BARBARA SMITH : I'm Doctor Barbara Smith, and I'm the head of the Breast program at Mass General. My New Year’s resolution is to find two things in our practice that we can make better.
CAMILLE POWE: I am Camille Powe. I’m an endocrinologist and clinician investigator at the Massachusetts General Hospital Diabetes Unit. My new year’s resolution is to follow the advice that I give all my patients who have diabetes and get out and exercise more.
HELEN SHIH: my name is Helen Shih. I am a radiation oncologist at Mass General and I am the medical director of the proton therapy centers there. My New Year’s resolution is to spend more time with my children and to make work more efficient.
Stay tuned for our next episode featuring Dr. Richa Saxena, a genetics researcher working to better understand the biology of sleep.
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