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Medicine > Practice of Medicine
The Thriving Physician: How to Avoid Burnout by Choosing Resilience Throughout Your Medical Career
Simonds, Gary R.
ISBN 13: 
9781622181018
ISBN 10: 
1622181018
Category: 
Practice of Medicine
Edition: 
1
Publisher: 
Studer Group
Format: 
Paperback
Status: 
Active
Pages: 
266
Weight: 
1.4
Retail Price: 
32.00
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Synopsis:
A happy, long-lasting career in healthcare requires more than just mental fortitude. Far too often, you hear of colleagues leaving healthcare; they're burnt out, their work stress has crept into their home life, and they just need some respite. Meanwhile, their responsibilities are dispersed amongst the remaining team, and the cycle is perpetuated by the added work, lack of resources, and feelings of inadequacy. In Thriving in Healthcare, Drs. Simonds and Sotile provide a "survival guide for the psyche," packed with insights and strategies to help you develop the resilience needed to succeed and grow-both personally and professionally-in the modern healthcare industry. Based on their decades of experience coaching healthcare professionals, and building upon their findings from a five-year resilience development program at Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, Simonds and Sotile bring solutions to the top barriers healthcare professionals face, including: - Debunking the myth of work-life balance and, rather, finding the blend that works for you - Hardwiring healthy coping mechanisms for dealing with on-the-job stressors - Fostering a collaborative and joyful workplace culture that encourages teamwork Healthcare is one of the hardest - and most rewarding - professions. However, you can't help others if you don't take care of yourself. It's time to take charge of your path and own your future career, happiness, and results.

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