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Meeting illness in stages

much of life, you will become more experienced in knowing how you and your family react to them.
April 2020

QD: News Every Day--Nearly 9 in 10 doctors stressed on any given day

concerns about work/life balance, in general (45.0%), followed by concern about finances or sleep. ... Nearly one-third of respondents indicated that better work hours/less on-call time and better work/life balance would help to reduce their stress.
April 2020

The emotional toll of influenza

Huntsville Hospital has seen a large number of H1N1 influenza patients. Some have died. The sickest patients are relatively young (in their ...
April 2020

When I really felt like a doctor

me through my training and into my day-to-day work. ... I work to keep up with inbound information and professional social dialog.
April 2020

Fixing the system to fight burnout

Their first group comprised 32 physician leaders at the health system, with a focus on protecting work-life balance and emotional resilience. ... Changes in burnout and satisfaction with work-life balance in physicians and the general US working
November 2016

Last day

Last day. Last day of work. Lots of important questions run through my mind: what do I wear? ... After taking a year-long hiatus from blogging, Rob Lamberts, MD, ACP Member, returned with "volume 2" of his personal musings about medicine, life,
April 2020

Tennis at San Quentin

He was doing 15 to life for a stabbing death of another young man. ... believed in them or gave them any kind of launching pad for life.
April 2020

Time to redesign residencies

Residency training had minimal rules. When we looked for a residency we took work load into consideration. ... We who work in residency programs can do a better job at designing the residencies.
April 2020

QD: News Every Day--Primary care specialists least likely to choose career again, citing lifestyle

A poll showed that 74% of physicians are happy with their choice of specialty and would choose it all over again, except for primary care sp...
April 2020

Stress, burnout are thinning primary care's ranks

And that's becoming evident with these distressing numbers: "Surgeons surveyed by the American College of Surgeons in 2008 found that only 36% felt their work schedule left enough time for ... personal and family life, and only 51% would recommend their
April 2020

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