Confessions of a burnt-out physician


I’ve wanted to be a physician for as long as I can remember.  As a teen, the

helping others.  Better yet, pediatrics offered the ability to work with families and children of all ages and developmental abilities.

For fifteen years, I lived, breathed, and worked toward my goal to become a pediatrician. In college, I studied the foundational cornerstones of science and humanities and Continue reading


My own Professional Experience – Physicians aren’t immune to the diseases they treat and can suffer burnout stress


Published Thursday, June 12, 2014

Born in Rochester, New York, Cormac O’Donovan may have an American address on his birth certificate, but his Irish accent speaks volumes of his heritage. “I’ve lived in the United States a little longer than Ireland, so I don’t believe I will go back now,” O’Donovan admits. But at first, it was questionable in which location O’Donovan would remain. O’Donovan’s parents moved to New York for his father’s job. O’Donovan’s father was obtaining his

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