In this episode, we are reframing the terminology surrounding physician burnout, which can help shift the understanding and perspective on the issue.
"While the term' physician burnout' is commonly used, it's essential to understand that doctors are inherently sturdy, resilient, and dedicated to their profession. What we're witnessing is not an intrinsic failing of individual physicians but rather the result of sustained, often overwhelming pressures from the larger system or organization. Terms like 'System-Induced Exhaustion' more accurately describe the root of the issue, emphasizing the need for organizational change and support rather than placing the onus solely on the individual."
The most important is the focus on the patients and clients. - We discuss the concept of transforming patients or clients into "powerhouses."
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Dr. Koh invites listeners to explore or learn more about hypnotherapy through personal sessions, practical steps to reassess, realign, and recalibrate one's work situation.
Dr. Denise Koh, BSc, MD, CCFP, MPH, FRCPC, ACBOM is an award-winning Canadian Filipina Public and Occupational Health specialist, assistant professor, hypnotherapist, life coach, mentor, published writer, and inspirational speaker. She is the founder of MedResRx, and her MedResRx Hypnotherapy App delivers her therapeutic, motivational, and deep dive programs and bootcamps anytime, anywhere for maximum impact. In 2022, she received the COS Top Woman in Safety Award and WXN Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award (Community Impact Category) for her lifelong advocacy and support for the ethnocultural community and her impressive pandemic response work.
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