Doctors can have trouble thinking of themselves as patients. That’s especially true when they are struggling with stress, mental health issues, suicidal thoughts, substance abuse or serious relationship difficulties.
Giving anyone your
undivided attention is more
difficult than ever. Technology
makes it possible to multitask
almost constantly. Our
electronic tools simplify many tasks, like getting directions,
making travel reservations
and reading a patient’s test
results. Yet the same tools can
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