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10 tips that make me a (mostly) happy doctor

Burnout is defined as emotional exhaustion, feelings of cynicism and detachment, and a sense of ineffectiveness at work. The inverse of burnout is engagement — a persistent, upbeat sense of fulfillment characterized by vigor, dedication, and absorption. I havenât seen that

When a patient dies, do you cry?

Apparently, I wanted to become a doctor since I was four. My mother tells the story of me getting ready for bed and simply saying: “Mommy, when I grow up I want to be a doctor so I can make people better. This notion stuck

5 ways pain and addiction patients can get better care

About 25 million people are in recovery from substance use disorder (SUD), while approximately 100 million people live in chronic pain. With our nation fixated on the estimated 60,000 opioid-related overdose deaths in 2016, you might expect the interests of

4 lessons every woman doctor must learn

Recently, I wanted to find some inspirational articles for female doctors. This letter to the young female physician by Dr. Suzanne Koven was one of the first things I came across. I wish someone had written me a letter when I

MKSAP: 26-year-old woman with a mechanical mitral valve prosthesis

Test your medicine knowledge with the MKSAP challenge, in partnership with the American College of Physicians. A 26-year-old woman with a mechanical mitral valve prosthesis visits to discuss anticoagulation management during pregnancy. Her last menstrual period was 6 weeks ago and her pregnancy was

A medical student’s first day in anatomy lab

During the first week of medical school classes, we visited the anatomy lab. As far as I can remember, I had extremely mixed feelings on that day. I felt the thrill of taking my first baby steps towards my medical journey blending with

How this physician started his consulting business

I do some of my best thinking while exercising. A few years ago, I was swimming laps in the still-dark early morning. Swimming is one of my favorite activities. But in a pool, it gets boring staring at the bottom, so my

The problem with patients bringing in their own CDs

As someone who has been in IT health care supporting hospitals, radiologists, and specialty surgeons, Iâ€ve seen the struggle from just about every angle when it comes to the problems with health care technology. One of these struggles that continue

In tragedy, practicing medicine both an honor and a privilege

For the past four years, this is James Beck’s routine: After a morning spent guzzling $5 vodka, he stumbles into a Dunkin’ Donuts parking lot, lying on the cement with his dusty oversized coat splayed open to reveal a cachectic chest. A

3 steps doctors can take to stop living paycheck to paycheck

Many doctors today find themselves living paycheck to paycheck. They make a good income but just never seem to get caught up. Non-doctors see us as rich. But many of us are just broke on a larger salary. The whole reason I wrote