Letters from Maine

Commentary

Distrust

You may not have considered your relationship with your employer in terms of trust.

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Homework

Spending hours at a home computer tidying up EHRs is a task devoid of meaning and reward.

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A creative diversion

A hobby provides a change of pace from which we can all benefit.

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Jump-starting the day

One program shows how to channel the early morning energy of young children to their benefit.

Commentary

Commonality

While we are celebrating our differences, we must work harder to uncover the core values that we share.

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Is there a resilience deficit?

Perhaps it is rather a poor fit between physicians and the job requirements.

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Hidden costs

The emotional costs of a malpractice suit are incalculable.

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Advocating for reality

It is important to be a sympathetic and realistic adviser to women attempting to breastfeed.

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