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Stress and change
Even with a laudable goal, such as reducing physicians’ administrative burdens, it can be difficult to implement change. These real-world lessons can help.
The ultimate goal is to improve your patients' experience receiving care and your experience providing it.
Months of brutal chemotherapy will teach you a few things about yourself, your calling, and your community.
We shouldn't try to carry the stress of patient care alone.
If your career feels like an 800-pound gorilla that’s been crowding out the rest of your life, it’s time to find some balance.
To avoid burnout, you have to address the stressors in your practice.
Burnout is everywhere, buy you can't fight an enemy unless you recognize it.
The change you're pursuing is more likely to succeed if you can answer "yes" to each of these questions.
Recognizing the signs of professional exhaustion is the first step to reintroducing joy and purpose to your career.
Worries about the past or future can sap your joy and productivity in the present.