Caring for the mind and body
Tips from the Experts
Preparing healthy, quick, and affordable meals can be a challenge during medical training. Below please find tips from our expert Froedtert Hospital dieticians on maintaining healthy eating during residency, medical school, and graduate school.
Eating Healthy on a Budget
Amy Kulwicki, Outpatient Dietitian
Healing Foods (MP3)
Deana McDowell, RD, CD
Eating Well Quickly
Sarah Zangerle, Dietitian
Substance Abuse and Medical Training
Medical training can be a very stressful and challenging time. Given multiple risk factors including stress and fatigue associated with training, as well as availability of controlled substances, substance abuse is a significant occupational hazard for medical trainees and physicians. Below please find narrated presentations on substance abuse in medical training.
Substance Abuse in Medical Training (PPT)
Quitting smoking can be a challenge physiologically as well as behaviorally.
Dr. Nora Keenan is a health psychologist who was trained at the University of Minnesota and currently holds a position as a postdoctoral fellow in Women's Health at the Milwaukee VA Medical Center. At the Milwaukee VAMC, Dr. Keenan co-facilitates the Smoking Cessation Clinic. Her research focuses on psychological factors that impact people's health behavior decisions, particularly how negative emotions and stress – as well as different strategies for emotion regulation – influence health behaviors such as smoking, drinking, and eating.
In the following Podcast, Dr. Keenan provides practical behavioral strategies for smoking cessation with an accompanying handout.
Weight Training Series
- Part One: Introduction
- Part Two: The Squat
- Part Three: The Overhead Barbell Press
- Part Four: The Dead Lift
- Part Five: The Bench Press
- Part Six: The Lunge
- Part Seven: The Goblet Squat
- Part Eight: The Stiff Legged Dead Lift
- Part Nine: The Dumbbell Bench Press
- Part Ten: The Dumbbell Shoulder Press Curls and Tricep Extension