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"Burnout Busters" Wellness Tips from the Pros

February 07, 2017

One way to reduce burnout is to focus on personal interactions with patients, probably one of the aspects that made you consider medicine as a career in the first place. Try practicing this brief exercise as you see patients; it does not take much extra time, and it occurs solely in your own thoughts: Pause before you walk into the exam room and say to yourself, “May I be of help to this patient?”. This strengthens your awareness of the patient as a person requesting your help and affirms the privileged position you are in to offer this help. This exercise allows you to temporarily step out of the rush, be mindful of the moment and savor each encounter.

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