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Date

2016

Abstract

Physician burnout has increased over the past decade and continues to increase each year. Patients with high levels of medical and social complexity can be difficult to manage and when standard treatments fail it is often difficult to know what to do next. This project aimed to address the presence of both physician burnout and the effect it can have on the care of patients and particularly the most complex ones. A list of resources for complex patient management and physician self care was compiled and presented for physicians at Berlin Family Practice.

Clinical Site

Berlin Family Practice

Keywords

burnout, self-care, complexity, heartsink patients, chronic narcotic, compassion fatigue, meditation, vicarious trauma, patient centered care, wellness

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Medical Education | Primary Care