The average clinician typically works 8 hours per day and about 5-6 days per week. Appointments are back to back, with very little time for a break.
The last thing you want to do, is study after finishing your day. The problem is that the disease which aﬄicts your patients don’t care about what you feel like doing.
They will present themselves regardless. And it’s your duty to know how to address them. But, you can’t simply rely on the information you were taught in school. As you can see from the statistic mentioned earlier, the guidelines are rapidly changing.
And, if you don’t change with them, then you’re placing yourself at risk for not only a law suite, but you also risk your patient’s standard of care; which goes against the Hippocratic Oath of doing no harm.
So, it's your duty to ﬁgure out a way to somehow ﬁt this extra task into your already busy day.
Luckily, Medgeeks has a solution.
Prepping for your day and/or on the commute to work is the perfect time to pop in our Medgeeks monthly audio program, "In The Know" to get the most important updates in medicine.
This is the best way to maximize your time and efficacy as a top class clinician.