A work-life balance, according to the Cambridge dictionary, is defined as “the amount of time you spend doing your job compared with the amount of time you spend with your family and doing things you enjoy.” Unfortunately for doctors, the notion of a work-balance is not so straightforward. On aver
The life of a doctor can be both challenging and rewarding. On the outside, it may seem great – being a well-respected member of the community, making a great living, and possessing authority within the medical field. However, the life of a doctor is nothing like what a majority of individuals perceive it to be – an episode of ‘Grey’s Anato
When you hear the phrase “personal responsibility” it may conjure notions of duty and obligations. Certainly as a physician you do have many obligations – to your patients, colleagues, yourself, and medicine as a whole. However, personal responsibility is also about empowerment and having the knowledge, resources, and authority to fulfil your
To live your life as a physician isn’t a lighthearted decision; it involves commitment, enthusiasm, and immense determination and drive. Chances are your decision to become a physician was based upon a dream of serving humanity, balanced with a desire for steady career progress in an extremely rewarding field. Am I right?
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