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Neurology Times Jun 10
Quick reference for early signs of , via
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HealthChannels Jun 10
Burnout, a feeling of extreme work stress 😫 , is now a legitimate medical diagnosis, according to the ICD-11, the WHO's handbook 📖 that guides medical providers in diagnosing diseases 😷. Click here to read more from CNN! ->
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Dr. Michael Mulick, DO Jun 12
Physician suicide is twice that of the general population which translates into 1 doctor every day. And 1 day, it was MY friend.
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Project Sanity Uganda Jun 17
The WHO officially acknowledged as a condition last month for the first time, defining it as chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. It is not recognized as an illness, here are some ways you can deal with it
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Bassem Gerges Jun 9
Yes! The Business of Health Care Depends on Exploiting Doctors and Nurses
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Sophie ✨ Jun 13
ICYMI Did you know is now a legitimate medical diagnosis? Burnout affects relationships & can happen during employment or unemployment. Good sleep habits, healthier relationship w/ , etc. can help end our culture of burnout.
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Yumiko Kadota Jun 13
THIS IS . I’ve been ashamed of my body. Left: Me at 71kg today. Right: Me at 57kg, a triathlon & marathon loving Plastics reg, training 5-6x/week. I’ve been myself & didn’t want to post this, but I think it’s a powerful visual of what can do 1/2
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Pynk Muscles #Fitchicksstayfitted 12h
As simple as this looks it burned like 🔥 possibly b/c it was at the end of my workout🤔. I felt the most engagement in my hamstrings, thighs, and glutes with very little core. Stay ready, so you don't have to get ready!!
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Dr. Ian R. Nicholson 16h
According to the WHO, has three elements: feelings of exhaustion, mental detachment from one’s job and poorer performance at work. But waiting until you’re already fully burned out to do something about it doesn’t help at all.
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Matthew Smeds Jun 17
One of the reasons one of my New Years resolutions is “kindler/gentler Smeds” in the OR....
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Thrive Global 2h
"Bite off more than you can chew" is out, and this hilariously real is IN! 😋 Shoutout to for always being an inspiration for fighting with healthier habits.
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OMI Health 13h
Burnout levels among doctors and nurses are at new highs associated with compromised patient safety. Solutions that reduce administrative burden on caregivers are critical to staving off
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Findlay Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Jun 17
It's people! Lets start this week out Right!
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Harry Lomas IV, MD Jun 16
Oh no!!! Epic is a Virus, and it’s spreading. This EMR is one of the top 5 reasons we founded our company and left our hospital system. Didn’t they see what happened at MD Anderson?!!! Denmark, I am truly sorry.....
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Psychologists' Association of Alberta Jun 15
Feeling burned out? @journey_to_wellness_
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Duke Cancer Jun 11
According to a study led by Arif Kamal, MD, 1/3 of palliative care clinicians are exhausted. Approximately two in five are 56 years old or older. Could this trend lead to a future shortage of end-of-life physicians?
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Jean-François Claude (he / il) 🍁 16h
can now be diagnosed as a medical condition. How do techies manage all that screen time?
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DerrowCDJR Jun 17
Hey guys it's again! Get your week started right with this Compilation!
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Amber Harper Jun 17
In this second segment of the , Dr. Nate Lowe shares his from a successful ladder-climber to a teacher of true rest. He takes us through the four rhythms of rest that he teaches others to help them combat exhaustion, overwhelm, and .
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Manik Magar 11h
Looks like the only time I am not writing code or staring the screen, is when I am driving. I need to go on endless road drive!
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