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Misaligned expectations lead to conflict, burnout, and disillusioned physician leaders

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Misaligned expectations lead to conflict, burnout, and disillusioned physician leaders

"Would you expect the chef at a restaurant to be told that they are not only required to prepare the food in the kitchen but also deliver it to each…
August 16, 2022

Misaligned expectations lead to conflict, burnout, and disillusioned physician leaders

“Would you expect the chef at a restaurant to be told that they are not only required to prepare the food in the kitchen but also deliver it to each of the tables and manage the billing? What about sorting out the restaurant’s finances or understanding the number of patrons that need to flow through per night to optimize income? If this sounds unreasonable, how did we end up asking physicians to undertake multiple roles in our health care organizations for which they have not trained? This expectation has led to untenable work environments, and we need to find solutions.”

Amanda Brisebois is an internal medicine physician and palliative medicine specialist. Book a call with Dr. B to talk about conflict in your workplace.

She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “Misaligned expectations lead to conflict, burnout, and disillusioned physician leaders.”

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