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Question: Stress and burnout relieved with Grapevine Discovery


 LiveWell - Wed May 16, 2007 1:01 pm

With physicians taking care of everybody, who is there to take care of the physicians when they need help? In the high pressured world of medicine it can be easy to lose focus of why you started practicing in the first place - your passion for life.

After years of practicing i was just burntout; i was loathing going to work every day. I then discovered Grapevine Discovery. It is a program that helps physicians regain their passion for life through a series of retreats and online exercises. After going through their program i felt rejuvenated and felt as eager to help as i did when i finished med school. Upon completing the program you can also receive CME credit.

If you feel overly stressed or burntout take a look at http://www.grapevinediscovery.com
 Dr. Chan Lowe - Sat May 26, 2007 1:00 am

User avatar Thanks for the information. Perhaps some of our site visitors will be able to use it.

Best wishes.

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