Dr. Jennifer Marler, Vice President of Clinical and Medical Affairs at Pivot, a digital health company, was interviewed as part of a series on women in wellness. She shared her backstory, highlighting her upbringing in the Bay Area and her journey through medical school and radiology residency. Dr. Marler discussed a major career change she made during her residency, which led her to reflect on the importance of aligning one's career path with personal fulfillment. She emphasized the value of self-care and the need to set boundaries in order to maintain well-being in the workplace. Dr. Marler also discussed her work at Pivot, where she focuses on helping people quit smoking through clinically proven, behavior-based digital health solutions. She highlighted the significant impact of smoking on health and the satisfaction she feels in supporting individuals in overcoming tobacco addiction. Additionally, Dr. Marler shared her top lifestyle tweaks for better well-being, such as meditation, exercise, community engagement, self-care, and practicing compassion and empathy for oneself. She expressed her belief in the importance of addressing nutrition and advocating for veganism as a means to improve public health, environmental sustainability, and animal welfare. The interview concluded with Dr. Marler sharing her contact information on LinkedIn for readers interested in following her work online.
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