As grueling as medical studies and training are, with appropriate discipline and time management it is possible to stay afloat, maintain one's sanity, achieve one's goals, and still enjoy a fulfilling life.
It is the purpose of this book to stimulate thought processes that nurture a healthy attitude toward organizing one's time and life so as to improve one's own quality of life as well as the patient's well-being.
The macro-perspective: goals, roles, regeneration
The micro-perspective: from goal to action
Planning your week
Acute disaster management: three major points
Anxiety management and the "power of now"
Networking; finding and working with mentors; reevaluating; learning from errors
Junior residents and interns will benefit greatly from this handy guide, as will medical students in their rotations.
...probably the most valuable resource you will need as you enter and begin your medical residency....This handy guide is small enough to fit into your coat pocket and become your trusted companion as you go through your daily rounds visiting your patients. -- BIZ INDIA