Numb: How I survived as a physician

07:00 EST 14 Feb 2020 | KevinMD

On my final day of work before beginning my self-imposed  burnout sabbatical, a colleague asked, “Why don’t you just get on medication?” I remember thinking, “What am I medicating?  I feel nothing.” I was in the vice grip of burnout, overwhelmed, and physically and emotionally exhausted.  But mostly, I was numb. But in reality, I […]

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