Tag Archives: work-life balance

It was a quiet year….

Two Thousand Thirteen was a quiet year for my blog. But it was a busy year of doctoring with 10-12 hours in clinic most days, an additional 2-3 at night, plus a few hours on most weekends. [We can analyze why over … Continue reading

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Balancing – Not a New Act

The concept of “work-life balance” seems newer to the field of medicine, which trails many other professions that have already incorporated creative and flexible options for work with the advent of telecommuting. Still, this term has been present now in … Continue reading

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The Gen Y Physician

Do Gen Y physicians want more by doing less? Are they less dedicated than prior generations? I read an article written by a physician that put this group in a less-than-positive light. http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2011/01/millennial-physicians-impact-disease-management.html I have heard similar observations from a … Continue reading

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