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Recognizing the signs of professional exhaustion is the first step to reintroducing joy and purpose to your career.
If you're prone to overcommitment, you may be at risk for A-fib.
These six steps can help physicians deal with the stress of their profession before it leads to burnout.
With a little soul-searching, you can conquer boredom in your life and work.
Toxic offices take a toll on everyone, including your patients. Here's how to improve your practice's health.
If you’re feeling disillusioned and burned-out in your current mode of practice, why not start over? Here’s how to build a strong foundation.
Having trouble coping with the demands of your profession? Self-examination can make your work more meaningful and manageable.
"Margin" is the space that exists between oneself and one's limits. The author, a physician, describes how focusing on margin in several key areas (emotional energy, physical energy and time) can revitalize physicians who feel overloaded by the demands of their profession.
The author, a clinical psychologist, describes how physician burnout can manifest in being attracted to a patient and what can be done about it.
Some physicians take regularly scheduled "retreats" as a means to prevent burn out and stay enthusiastic about medicine. This article discusses the benefits of taking personal retreats and provides direction for those interested in incorporating retreats into their lives.