These days a career in the health profession, especially medicine, is a mentally, physically, and spiritually exhausting endeavor. But should that stop you from pursuing a career path that offers so much fulfillment and joy? Of course not! But you need to have a strategy to anticipate and overcome the many challenges a career in the health profession can throw at you. Find out how an ancestral paradigm of living can teach you how to not just survive but thrive as a health professional at any stage in your career.
ABOUT DR. BERNARD
Dr. Ken Bernard is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa (Anishinaabe) and a practicing emergency medicine physician. He is the author of the first National Emergency Department Inventory-IHS study, co-founder of the Native American Emergency Medicine Consortium, and co-founder of the Pinnacle Emergency Medical Group. He currently serves on the board of directors of Arc Health and is chairman of emergency medicine for Alteon Health at UVA Prince William Medical Center. His primary interests include physician leadership, development, organizational behavior, emergency department operations, health care disparities, and health equity.
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