New Book Helps Physicians Love Medicine Again
Every day, doctors and other healthcare professionals struggle with the constraints and demands of our healthcare system. They report record levels of burnout and stress. Yet changes in our healthcare laws will only continue to ensure a rise in the number of patients seeking care. We face a true crisis. In Remedy For Burnout: 7 Prescriptions Doctors Use to Find Meaning in Medicine, Dr. Starla Fitch shares her own story of burnout and guides other physicians to rediscover their passion for medicine.Remedy For Burnout provides doctors with seven “prescriptions” they can take to reconnect with the reasons they became doctors. By following Dr. Fitch’s prescriptions in Remedy For Burnout, physicians will reconnect with medicine again and resume fulfilling careers.
When Dr. Fitch began her career as an oculoplastic surgeon, she did so to save the sight of her patients not battle endless bureaucracy. Navigating the healthcare system wore her down. Dr. Fitch knew she had to find a way to reconnect with the reasons she became a physician and become passionate about her work once more. Knowing many of her fellow doctors experience the same burnout, Dr. Fitch created www.LoveMedicineAgain.com and wrote Remedy For Burnout to help doctors everywhere restore humanity to health care.
The HAVE FUN Workbook for Doctors and Healthcare Providers Is Here!
Burnout is all too real for many of us. But can you remember a time as a child when you felt overwhelmed by the world? Probably not, because you were too busy exploring and learning. When you’re young, almost everything is new. Dr. Starla Fitch wants to help you reconnect with the part of you that may have forgotten how to make simple things fun.
A Doctor’s Guide: Simple Steps to EASE STRESS, was written for doctors just like you.
Let’s face it. We all went to medical school with the best of intentions. Well, at least MOST of us did. We believed we were going to learn a lot and help people. But, in the end, what we didn’t learn was how to manage our staff. Or our office. Or our selves. Or our patients’ hidden agendas.Do you feel like each day you are just pushing yourself from one patient encounter to the next?
Not so long ago, I was right there in the thick of the resentment with you. And, don’t get me wrong — many days, I’m back in it again on one or more of the challenges that most doctors contend with every day. But, I discovered something that changed everything for me: It doesn’t have to be so hard.
I want you to know you are not alone and there is hope and relief. It just takes one step at a time. You can do it. I promise.