Managing stress and avoiding burnout: One UNM physician's journey
Cindy Foster (HSC NewsBeat)
The specter of burnout is a constant in healthcare fields. But with awareness, that threat can be managed, according to Dr. Renee Ornelas, professor in the UNM Department of Pediatrics and medical director of Para los Niños (PLN), the state’s only program for sexually abused children.
Ornelas provides medical evaluations for children and adolescents who have been sexually abused and sexually assaulted. The multidisciplinary clinic also provides comprehensive, laboratory evaluations, crisis counseling and anticipatory guidance. Staff is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Read more.
Amazing Newborns Conference
The Amazing Newborns Conference presents a well-balanced agenda that explores a diverse array of contemporary medical, social and behavioral issues related to the health care of infants and their mothers.
The conference provides evidence-based education to healthcare professionals through didactic lectures, panel discussions and hands-on workshops. The objective is to provide the most current information and research to improve the overall health of infants and their mothers throughout New Mexico.