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Burnout and bias? Or medical gaslighting?

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Burnout and bias? Or medical gaslighting?

"Five years into my practice as an academic allergist/immunologist, my perceptions continue to evolve. Though once primarily informed by my mentors’ wisdom, I continue incorporating my experiences as both physician…
September 26, 2021

Burnout and bias? Or medical gaslighting?

“Five years into my practice as an academic allergist/immunologist, my perceptions continue to evolve. Though once primarily informed by my mentors’ wisdom, I continue incorporating my experiences as both physician and autoimmune patient to guide my practice. Though we all know medicine isn’t like it used to be, nostalgia is bittersweet. In its wake, the real question remains: how are we going to respond to ongoing changes and fight for the health of our patients and our colleagues?

From the loss of autonomy with the advent of managed care and corporate takeovers, we find ourselves practicing under increased pressure from all sides. Less time and resources to help sicker patients. Answering not only to our patients’ needs but those of insurance companies and other interested parties whose motives are less than altruistic.”

Kara Wada is an allergist-immunologist.

She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “Burnout and bias? Or medical gaslighting?” (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/07/burnout-and-bias-or-medical-gaslighting.html)

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