In this podcast, John offers a presentation he made to the MidCareer Neonatology Group of the Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Section of the AAP.
As intensivists for newborns, they are as prone to burnout as any other hospital-based specialist.
During the presentation, we get back to basics by defining a few terms, dispelling some myths, and offering ideas for those beginning their nonclinical journey.
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