For most trainees in the medical field, there are “firsts” that we will likely never forget. Some of these — hopefully most of these — are memorable in a good way. But there are some we dread.
The white coats these days are at their starchiest, the haircuts are fresh and even the Tylenol orders are being triple-checked — it’s July again at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. That is to say, the academic medicine new year has come and gone, and a flock of some 26,000 wide-eyed but eager new physicians have […]
Benjamin Oldfield ⋅ Perspectives in Research American Psychiatric Association, Anesthesiology, Burnout, Family Medicine, internal medicine, Medical Trainees, Pathology, Patient Health Questionnaire-2, pediatrics, Professional Exhaustion, Radiology, Self-Care, Surgery ⋅