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As a physician you wear the hat of caretaker, educator, leader, manager, facilitator—and that’s just in medicine. When you consider all you do for your family and friends, it’s easy to see how overwhelming it can become. Maybe you receive advice from well-meaning family, friends, and peers who do not fully grasp everything that’s on your plate. Or maybe you try going it alone, not wanting others to know that sometimes you need support. And sometimes you feel that all your efforts go unappreciated, especially in these uncertain times in medicine.
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Hitting a roadblock in your life and career? Don’t get frustrated. Use the resources that are readily available to you. Not sure what they are? Think about it. You have had access to them all the time. The moment you decided to become a doctor you...Read More
This time of year I like to walk down memory lane. I remember my first rotation in the Neonatal ICU. I was up all night doing heel sticks on preterm neonates, only to have to repeat them when the results came back because the K’s (potassium levels) were elevated...Read More
After years of being busy taking care of critically ill and recovering neonates in the Neonatal ICU, then coming home to take care of my children, I’m making new decisions. One of them is to learn how to relax and be still. It’s a new experience for me. It’s taken...Read More
As July draws near, it is moving day in medicine. For physicians it signifies moving into the next level of professional growth. Let’s think about what moving really entails. When we move from one physical location to the next, like into a new apartment or from...Read More
Over the past weeks I’ve noticed that my elbow hurts. At first it was intermittent. Then it seemed to hurt more often. I even had to find a different position to sleep so as to not lie on it. Why am I sharing this with you? No, I’m not looking for a diagnosis or...Read More
Doctors are life long learners. The feedback to read more is often heard by medical students and residents in their quest to acquire the knowledge to understand health and disease processes and direct patient care. With so many demands on a resident and early...Read More