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Caring for someone with a serious illness is overwhelming, exhausting, and frightening.
It can be so lonely.
With the right expert guidance and support you can navigate this challenging time with clarity, confidence, and calm.
Medicine is both satisfying and frustrating.
It can fill you up, and it can deplete you.
When patients feel better, we feel better, but often it isn't that simple. Patients with chronic pain, chronic anxiety, advancing illness, end-of-life concerns, and family conflict can be challenging and you may not know exactly how to help.
It can be hard to balance your patients' wellbeing and your own wellbeing - leaving both you and your patients frustrated and overwhelmed.
But when you combine integrative symptom management skills, to help your complex patients feel better, with integrative self-care for you, the whole equation changes.
You deserve to love your work, and your patients deserve a joyful physician.
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Medications are great but sometimes they aren't enough.
You want an evidence-supported integrative approach to manage your patients' symptoms, but you aren't exactly sure where to turn.
You're in the right place.
How do you handle a patient with chronic pain who is coming back wanting more pain meds?
How can you help an anxious patient without benzodiazepines?
These are learnable skills. This course will expand your treatment toolbox so your patients will feel better and you will enjoy your work more.
Self-paced course available now.
Appropriate for physicians, NPs and PAs
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