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To Your Health
Achieving Well-Being During Medical School



August 2000 | 144 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This is a practical, hands-on, experiential book about how to achieve well-being during medical school. Provides practical information with easy and enjoyable exercies to enhance health and well-being. Premedical and medical students as well as those in helping professions will benefit from reading it.
 
Introduction
 
Diagnose Yourself
 
SPICES for Life
 
Lifestyle and Health Habit Questionnaires
 
PART ONE: YOUR FOUR-YEAR JOURNEY AND YOUR HEALTH
 
What to Expect
Your Perspective  
 
The Relevance of a Prevention Model for Your Life
 
PART TWO: PRACTISING HEALTHY LIVING
 
Time Management
 
Exercise and Physical Activity
 
Relaxation, Meditation, Visualization and Imagery
 
Spirituality
 
Communication Skills and Social Support
The Art of Medicine  
 
Cognitive and Coping Skills Training
 
Nutrition
 
Substance Abuse
 
Humor
 
Touch and Massage
 
PART THREE: RECOMMENDATION AND REFORMS: ENHANCING YOUR ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY IN MEDICAL EDUCATION AND PRACTICE
 
State of Medical Education
 
Improving Medical Education
 
Helpful Daily Reminders

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Thomas M. Wolf

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