Canadian Journal of Physician Leadership | VOL. 8
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OPINION: The resilience myth: is it just in our heads?

Publication Date Jun 4, 2022

Abstract

We recently finished weeks of service in different intensive care units (ICUs) on opposite sides of the Canadian Rockies. Neither of us had the most crushing of weeks, but we both experienced sadness and exhaustion in ways that come from long hours coupled with tragedy for many, and the end of life for some. For too long, we had avoided frank discussions about our work environment and what drives us to work in the place we do and in the way we do.

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Experienced Sadness Intensive Care Units Work Environment Service In Units Canadian Rockies Opposite Sides Intensive Care

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