PG self-care is not an indulgence, but an essential component of the profession. Postgraduation is the most competitive period of a doctor’s life. Habits of self-care should begin in residency to enable preparedness and to positively impact the training period and beyond.
Within these pages is simple, practical and profound guidance for postgraduate well-being. The book aims to share information, strategies and suggestions to improve a PG’s health and well-being. It is a valuable aid in enhancing PG performance in professional roles and improving academic and clinical performance. This guidebook promotes a culture of self-care among postgraduate students and will surely inspire institutions, policy makers for postgraduate courses and teachers to broaden the scope of student well-being strategies.
To the best of our knowledge, this is probably the first and timely initiative for postgraduate well-being in the country.