Demoralised doctors and the impact on patients’ welfare

Demoralised doctors and the impact on patients’ welfare

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The General Medical Council in the UK has highlighted that demoralised doctors across the board leave the profession at risk of posing a threat to the safety of patients.
14 Nov 2016 - General
It’s true that in every career isn’t exactly a bed of roses. Demoralization due to stress and exhaustion is quite common, especially in careers that are in fast-paced settings. Additionally, a lack of fulfillment and even discouragement from problems in the system can also contribute to feeling negative about your career. I think every career is just like a roller-coaster ride; there are good days and bad days, but we shouldn’t let the bad days overshadow the good ones. Of course, it is inevitab...
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I think in every career, even if the one you supposedly chose goes through the path you have always planned for yourself, the passion is not enough to always keep you on top in terms of emotions. As you go further and further up the ladder, the work becomes exhausting and you will get tired. This is even more true when you go through a rough road--a failure (or something similar). because bouncing back is not always simple. That's why maintaining a balanced lifestyle is important. You need t...
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