Listen in on conversations with leading clinicians across the country that cover all the things they don’t teach you in residency in our podcast Beyond Clinical Medicine.
This #BeyondClinicalMedicine podcast shares practical tips for putting the passion back into your practice and ensuring practice longevity. Dr. Dennis Whitehead has decades of experience as an emergency medicine physician and shares helpful insights with Dr. Rob Strauss on avoiding burnout, creating meaning in your clinical work, and sustaining enjoyment in both your personal and professional life.
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