Tag: medical student wellness

Pranav Reddy, MD, MPA Pranav Reddy, MD, MPA (1 Posts)

Resident Physician Guest Writer

Yale New Haven Hospital


Pranav Reddy, MD, MPA is currently a first-year resident in obstetrics and gynecology at Yale New Haven Hospital. He attended medical school at Alpert Medical School at Brown University and studied public administration at Harvard Kennedy School. Pranav has worked on issues at the intersection of health and human rights for marginalized populations in Rhode Island, the Dominican Republic, and India.




Lived experience

Flourishing and the Well-Lived Life: The Differential Impact of Hedonia and Eudaimonia on Our Experiences

What does it mean to lead a meaningful or purposeful life? One common feature that appears in many cultures is the pursuit and attainment of happiness throughout life. Recent research has unearthed predominant patterns in happiness, and consequently, two major perspectives have emerged: hedonia and eudaimonia.

Combating Burnout With Gratitude

In the middle of my second year of medical school, I began noticing early signs and symptoms of burnout. The stress, anxiety and diminishing joy terrified me because I wondered: How could I already be burned out when I had not even studied for Step 1 or started rotations at the hospital? Were there any remedies to what I was experiencing?

Josh Newman (1 Posts)

Contributing Writer

Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University


Josh is a 3rd year medical student and an admissions interviewer at Jefferson Medical College.