National / International Media
“Ronald Epstein: From Awkward Moments to Mindful Practice”
By Miriam Shuchman
Canadian Medical Association Journal
Vol. 190, Issue 46
Perm Pod Podcast: Mindfulness in Medicine
April 29, 2019
Northwest Permanente Hosts Day-Long Mindfulness Program
April 24, 2019
The Power of a Physician’s Kind Word
By Alicia Ault
April 10, 2019
A transformative Mindful Practice® workshop in Hawaii
“Battling physician burnout, uptick in suicidal thoughts by MDs through mindfulness training”
By Vina Cristobal, University Health Partners of Hawaiʻi for UH Med Now
February 6, 2019
“Is Mindfulness Relevant to Medical Education?”
by Dr Lucy Harrison
Oxford Mindfulness Centre
International Conference of Mindfulness
July 12, 2018
November 13, 2018
Medicine as Mindful Practice: Ronald Epstein, MD ’76
By David Glenn
May 10, 2018
Interview published in Congress Quarterly (Spring 2018)
"Mindfulness in Medicine: Healing the Healer"
Interviewed by Dr. Martina Stippler
Healthcare Communication: Effective Techniques for Clinicians
"Mindfulness and Reflection for Clinicians"
Connections: Attending: Medicine, Mindfulness, and Humanity
WXXI Interview with Evan Dawson
Ronald Epstein was featured on FEAR NOT: Living Beyond Your Fears with Billy Atwell, where he was interviewed about overcoming his fear of being consumed by suffering. In this honest exchange, you will learn:
Developing a habit of mindfulness will assist you with your fears.
If you try to push fear away, it will always come back.
Be present with fear, come to know it and make it your friend.
Look for the beauty in every situation.
Conversation with Miriam Knight of the New Consciousness Review
Ronald Epstein speaks with F. Perry Wilson, MD, MSCE on MedPage Today:
WXXI-TV interview with Ron Epstein Mick Krasner and Helene Biandudi-Hofer
Conversation with Think host Krys Boyd on KERA.
Dr. Ronald Epstein M.D. discusses restoring a personal touch to healthcare, which he writes about in “Attending: Medicine, Mindfulness, and Humanity” (Scribner).
“The simple way doctors can make their patients feel understood”
written by Lena H. Sun and published on December 28, 2015 in The Washington Post
“The One Question You Really Want Your Doctor to Ask”
written by Mandy Oaklander and published on December 22, 2015 in TIME
“Physician burnout is on the rise”
written by Barbara Sadick and published on October 14, 2014 in the health section of the Chicago Tribune
“The Doctor is Not Well”
written by Mona Gable and published in October 2014 in Mindful Magazine
“Unos 300 especialistas participant hasta el sabado en el I Congreso Internacional sobre Mindfulness”
published on June 6, 2014 in La Vanguardia
“Mindfulness: Is it a fad or a powerful life-changing coping skill? A look at the science”
written by Amanda Mascarelli and published on March 10, 2014 in The Washington Post
“Mending and Deepening the Encounter Between Doctor and Patient Through Mindfulness”
written by Steven Hickman (Executive Director of UC Sand Diego Center for Mindfulness) and published on September 28, 2012 on his blog ucsdcfm.wordpress.com
“How to Make Work Really, Really Fun”
written by Erika Andersen and published on June 2, 2012 in Leadership section in Forbes
“Teaching Doctors to Be Mindful”
written by Pauline W. Chen and published on October 27, 2011 in the New York Times
“Cuando el doctor dice ‘cirugia menor’…Sera menor para el!”
published on Feburary 26, 2010 in La Vanguardia
“Se peude ensenar al paciente a ser eficaz”
written by Joan Carles Ambrojo and published in the El Pais on February 16, 2010
“Practicing Mindfulness as Well as Medicine”
written by Pauline W. Chen and published in The New York Times on Tuesday October 20, 2009
“Doctors Influenced by Mention of Drug Ads”
written by Shankar Vedantam and Marc Kaufman and published on Wednesday April 27, 2005 in The Washington Post
“Study: Ads affect what docs prescribe”
written by Scripps Howard News Service published on Wednesday April 27, 2005 in Newsday
“Patient-Aimed Drug Ads Good and Bad”
written by Daniel DeNoon and published on Tuesday April 26, 2005 on WebMD Medical News online
"Being Mindful at Work - Kayaking in Rough Waters and Staying Afloat"