A lawsuit it the most professionally stressful experience physicians can encounter.
But how are you supposed to manage that stress when your lawyers tell you to talk about the case to no one, even though you desperately need to unload the anxiety?
Peter Moskowitz, M.D., is a professor of radiology at Stanford University School of Medicine, a certified coach, and founder of the Center for Professional & Personal Renewal inPalo Alto, Calif.
In PracticeLink Magazine’s article, “Surviving the Malpractice Storm,” Moskowitz says that physicians facing lawsuits need to make self-care theirprimary goal.
His advice on how to begin that is provided in this short video.