There is always scope for improvement in every practice and the same holds good for clinical practice. The two key factors for a successful clinical practice are retaining existing patients and adding new patients.
Doctors experience an array of mental health issues. Studies report 80% of doctors are at high/very high risk of burnout. Junior doctors are most at risk followed by GPs. It is vital for them to assess their own well-being and adopt simple strategies to live a more balanced and fulfilled life through self-care.
Healthcare professionals like you are frequently burdened with relentless work and complex cases while on duty, causing stress and fatigue. It is important to take on a personal responsibility to be aware of key issues of work related muscle and joint pains or discomfort and adopt ergonomic preventive measures to maintain consistency, excellence, career longevity and over all well-being.
Ethical issues in healthcare are complex and sometimes even the right decision might not feel like the most ethical approach. Understanding the various ethical challenges in healthcare can empower you to make smart decisions that are better for patients.