Most doctors find meaning and purpose as they serve the needs of their patients. How could you not, as you deliver a baby, explain life-changing therapies, or discuss preferences for end-of-life care? However, most doctors also feel immense frustration as they attempt to deliver great care amid the demands, limitations, and inconsistencies of today’s health care system. Burnout becomes epidemic when this frustration kills physicians’ sense of meaning and purpose.
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