Join Andrew Tisser with Tracey Agnese as they discuss about the similarities of the early career physicians and new parents. Tracey is a Pediatrician with more than 10 years of experience in the industry. She also talks about the importance of self-care during early parenthood!
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- The difficulty of having a new born baby while working as a doctor.
- The similarities between being a new parent and a new doctor.
- Establishing a system of boundaries is so important in your career and relationship.
- How to recognize early signs of burnout before it is too late.
- Doing what makes you happy is a huge part of self-care.
- And much more!
Tracey Agnese, MD
Tracey Agnese, MD has been a Pediatrician in NYC for over ten years. She is a partner in private practice on the Upper West Side. As a Pediatrician and a mom, she knows how difficult it is to have and care for a newborn baby. She also knows that new moms often neglect taking care of themselves, and wants to help change that. Tracey provides online educational resources for new moms on how to take care of their newborn baby. She also focuses on showing new moms how important it is to take care of themselves from the start. Tracey strives to simplify newborn baby care and help decrease the overwhelm, anxiety and mom guilt that is so common after having a baby.
Dr. Agnese graduated from SUNY Downstate medical school and did her pediatrics residency at NYU.
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