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Nathan Nolan Apr 15
In medical training we have created an academic arms race where learners/staff feel beholden to how much they can get on their CV. One thing not included when discussing work hours is the amount of time learners are dedicating to scholarly output.
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Mayo Clinic Apr 8
A study from the Mayo Clinic found that physicians who spend about 20 percent of their time doing “work they find most meaningful are at dramatically lower risk for .” via
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KaraPepperMD 3h
Control of my work hours was critical in burnout recovery and is imperative for my wellness now. “Limit work hours and offer flexible work arrangements” is #1 on the Top 10 culture change interventions to reduce burnout and improve physician week-being.
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HealthChannels Apr 16
Recent discussions about physician have taken some interesting turns. 🤔 “The term burnout has taken on meaning far beyond what is understood about it as an actual diagnosis or even a syndrome,” say Thomas L. Schwenk, MD, and Katherine J. Gold, MD.
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Megan Hillyer 4h
I’ve been drawing and operating in a state of burnout for so long that it’s taken nearly three weeks to feel a spark come back at all (with me pretty much producing 0 art) and even then it’s minuscule
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Jin Russell Apr 8
Today my Clinical Director said to me kindly: “Shall we sit down and talk about your workload? I want to make sure we’re supporting you the best we can.” Worked (&overworked) in medicine for years. Never had anyone do this. , THIS is leadership. We can stop
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Neurology Times Apr 16
And among physicians, it can be deadly
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Thumbsticks 2h
"simply can’t match the polish and depth that saw carve such a sublime balance between explosive chaos and addictive racing" – our review from
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RJ Metcalf 15h
Real talk time. Burnout. How do you authors avoid it? How do you bounce back? How long does it take you to bounce back? (or is it more like a slow crawl backwards up a hill?)
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Therapy Dog 17h
Session #851. Patient Donald T’s delusions of grandeur ensure that his abject ignorance is always on full display.
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resilient resident, MD Apr 15
RBC's Medical Student Application for Disability. Answering Yes to #4 excludes you from coverage x 5 years. Are you serious ? Who's this for? "have you received any... medical advice... or had symptoms of burnout, depression...?"
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Aurelio Peretti Apr 17
It’s not the load that breakes you down - it’s the way you carry it.
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John Wood 9h
When in doubt... do a
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Abhishek Tadka 1h
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Two Guys Who Blog 2h
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Noch Noch 4h
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Katherine Parker 10h
I had to learn this the hard way. People told me that I had to “stop and smell the roses”. I couldn’t understand who would ever take (i.e. waste) time doing that. Now I stop to smell every rose and dandelion. That’s why I’m grateful 4 —it gave me my life back
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rheuminate Apr 15
Replying to @londyloo
This is what I think about in the shower. At the grocery store. Studying. During class. I think about what tool I can use to improve my step score. How I can match. How many schools I should apply to in order to escape the SOAP fiasco that happened this year.
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Lauren J 1h
Short and sweet! Thanks, coach! Happy Birthday!!...to me. .
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