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This article profiles a family physician who has acheived a comfortable work/life balance. It will also offer tips on balancing priorities for physicians.
This article provides busy physicians with "how-to" tips for meeting the responsiblities of the holidays without adding more stress to their already stressful lives.
Yes, it is possible for you and your employees to be happy on the job. The key is in how you handle two factors: motivation and ‘hygiene.’
This article encourages physicians to recognize signs of stress and care for themselves so that they may be better equipped both physically and mentally to practice medicine.
This article instructs physicians how to manage their time by identifying (and avoiding) procrastination techniques.
By working together, these part-time physicians are meeting their patients' needs — and their own.
Here are ideas you can use to replace your burnout with the joy you once felt for practicing family medicine.
Introduces Pfifferling article on burnout and mentions Balancing Act
Karl Singer, subject of the first Balancing Act, talks about the changes he's seen in the health care industry over the past five years and the way he has coped with these changes.
This article will offer one family physician's perspective on how developing an annual family mission statement can help doctors balance the demands of their personal and professional lives.