Less resiliency may heal burnout
The word “resiliency” has been lauded, applauded, and buzzed about in talks about physician burnout. When I hear it, I tune out. My stomach churns. I feel sick. Why?
Because physicians are resilient. We are, in fact, the walking, talking, breathing personification of the word. We cannot manage to get through medical school, residency, and boards, without being resilient.”
Dympna Weil is an obstetrician-gynecologist.
She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “Less resiliency may heal burnout.”
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