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On Dealing With Midcareer Burnout

Author : Dimple Weatherhead
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Research has shown that career satisfaction bottoms out when professionals are in the middle of their careers. In fact, mid-career burnout is such a common occurrence that many psychologists have devoted their whole careers to studying it. Grab your copy of one of the top books on personal development and learn: - The main causes of job burnout, even when you love your job - Why you need to take control of your own professional development - Pitfalls to avoid when stuck in burnout mode by managing job stress - How to have hope in building a new life of purpose - Tips to use this book as your own personal development course - A quick guide on getting the right people in your life and the wrong people out - A guide to developing a personal reading plan of the top books for personal development

Breaking Out of Burnout

Author : Rex Baker
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Breaking out of Burnout gifts readers the tools required to replace career burnout with new energy and purpose. The book’s personal, hands-on material will show you how to change your life with intuition and come out the other side of occupational burnout successfully.

Burnout In Mid How To Handle Mid Career Burnout And Come Back Stronger

Author : Millard Blewitt
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Research has shown that career satisfaction bottoms out when professionals are in the middle of their careers. In fact, mid-career burnout is such a common occurrence that many psychologists have devoted their whole careers to studying it. Grab your copy of one of the top books on personal development and learn: - The main causes of job burnout, even when you love your job - Why you need to take control of your own professional development - Pitfalls to avoid when stuck in burnout mode by managing job stress - How to have hope in building a new life of purpose - Tips to use this book as your own personal development course - A quick guide on getting the right people in your life and the wrong people out - A guide to developing a personal reading plan of the top books for personal development

Burnout In Mid How To Handle Mid Career Burnout And Come Back Stronger

Author : Artie Schoenwetter
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Research has shown that career satisfaction bottoms out when professionals are in the middle of their careers. In fact, mid-career burnout is such a common occurrence that many psychologists have devoted their whole careers to studying it. Grab your copy of one of the top books on personal development and learn: - The main causes of job burnout, even when you love your job - Why you need to take control of your own professional development - Pitfalls to avoid when stuck in burnout mode by managing job stress - How to have hope in building a new life of purpose - Tips to use this book as your own personal development course - A quick guide on getting the right people in your life and the wrong people out - A guide to developing a personal reading plan of the top books for personal development

Overcoming Mid Career Burnout Step By Step Methods To Help You Break Out Of Burnout

Author : Stefania Macvane
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Research has shown that career satisfaction bottoms out when professionals are in the middle of their careers. In fact, mid-career burnout is such a common occurrence that many psychologists have devoted their whole careers to studying it. Grab your copy of one of the top books on personal development and learn: - The main causes of job burnout, even when you love your job - Why you need to take control of your own professional development - Pitfalls to avoid when stuck in burnout mode by managing job stress - How to have hope in building a new life of purpose - Tips to use this book as your own personal development course - A quick guide on getting the right people in your life and the wrong people out - A guide to developing a personal reading plan of the top books for personal development

Overcoming Mid Career Burnout

Author : Ray Piro
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Research has shown that career satisfaction bottoms out when professionals are in the middle of their careers. In fact, mid-career burnout is such a common occurrence that many psychologists have devoted their whole careers to studying it. Grab your copy of one of the top books on personal development and learn: - The main causes of job burnout, even when you love your job - Why you need to take control of your own professional development - Pitfalls to avoid when stuck in burnout mode by managing job stress - How to have hope in building a new life of purpose - Tips to use this book as your own personal development course - A quick guide on getting the right people in your life and the wrong people out - A guide to developing a personal reading plan of the top books for personal development

Overcoming Burnout Burnout Prevention Treatment How to Recover from Job Stress Burnout

Author : Pauline Patry
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I had a beautiful situation, as a senior executive, as a couple with a child. But here it is: two years ago, I burned out. Too much work, too much stress: the subway, work, sleep, health problems, and a job I no longer liked. It was all these things put together that put me down.Today I got up, I grew up, I'm stronger than before. In this book, I share with you how I defeated burnout and restarted a life in which I am fully fulfilled. You will learn: - How to get up after burnout - How to prevent the appearance of burnout - The warning signs of burnout and what to do - The different steps of burnout - How your diet and physical activity play a key role - Concrete tips to implement at home now - The changes you must make in your lifestyle

Mid Career Faculty

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Mid-Career Faculty: Trends, Barriers, and Possibilities is designed for faculty leaders, administration, policymakers, and anyone concerned with the future of higher education. This text offers an examination into an often overlooked period of academic life, that of post-tenure mid-career faculty.

Burnout in Women Physicians

Author : Cynthia M. Stonnington
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This book is the first to dissect the factors contributing to burnout that impact women physicians and seeks to appropriately address these issues. The book begins by establishing the differences in epidemiology between female physicians and their male counterparts, including rates of burnout, depression and suicide, chosen fields, caregiving responsibilities at home, career tradeoffs in dual physician marriages, patient satisfaction and outcomes, academic rank, leadership positions, salary, and turnover. The second part of the book explores the drivers of physician burnout that disproportionately affect women, each chapter beginning with a case vignette. This section covers many issues that often go unrecognized including unconscious bias, sexual harassment, gender role conflicts, domestic responsibilities, depression, addiction, financial stress, and the impact related to reproductive health such as pregnancy and breastfeeding. The book concludes by focusing on strategies to prevent and/or mitigate burnout among individual women physicians across the career lifespan.This section also includes recommendations to change the culture of medicine and the systems that contribute to burnout. Burnout in Women Physicians is an excellent resource for physicians across all specialties who are concerned with physician wellness and burnout, including students, residents, fellows, and attending physicians.

Kiplinger s Survive and Profit from a Mid Career Change

Author : Daniel Moreau
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Offers readers advice on what to expect if they are fired, coping with time between jobs, building a network of prospective employers, and evaluating new job packages

Escape the Mid Career Doldrums

Author : Marcia L. Worthing
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Whether you’re bored, burned out, retired, or fired, Escape the Mid-Career Doldrums offers solutions, ideas, and practical tools for shaking up your professional life for the better. Based on real case studies, this smart and practical career guide will help you discover the causes of your professional problems and give you the inspiration and confidence to take action and seize new opportunities. This is the perfect prescription for a new and exciting professional life.

The Mid career Malaise of Teachers

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Foundations of Organizational Behavior

Author : Andrew J. DuBrin
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Overcoming Job Burnout

Author : Beverly A. Potter
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Job burnout is something that doesn't simply go away — especially in a chaotic economy. It is a kind of job depression caused by feelings of powerlessness, the loss of control over one's work. The effect can be devastating. The victim dreads going to work. Productivity falls and life becomes increasingly difficult. Burnout is stressful, but it is not caused by stress. Going on a vacation provides relief until the vacation is over and one must return to the job. Overcoming Job Burnout describes how burnout can take hold and how to turn it around. Dr. Potter offers eight proven strategies for increasing personal power and renewing enthusiasm for working. A combination of inspiration and instruction, this updated, revised edition is filled with practical advice, based on the author's years of experience in this field, that readers can implement immediately to renew that sense of engagement and excitement that makes working worthwhile.

Understanding Psychological Preparation for Sport

Author : Lew Hardy
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This book is designed to advance both theory and practice in the psychological preparation of high-level sports performers. The authors integrate the relevant qualitative and quantitative research literatures with practical knowledge gained via their own personal experience of working with elite athletes. Seven aspects of psychological preparation are considered: basic psychological skills; self-confidence; motivation; arousal and activation; stress and anxiety; concentration; and coping with adversity. Each discussion ends with a summary of the implications for future research and best practice. Elite performers from around the world share their techniques for mentally preparing for competition. The authors then explore the links between the practices that these athletes use and theories which underlie psychological preparation for performance. This book develops a model of psychological preparation for elite sports performers incorporating two unique features: the research-to-practice orientation which is taken to preparation for high-level sports performance; and a global perspective using evidence derived from North American, European, Australian and other research literatures in both general and sport psychology. This is the first book of its kind and should be a valuable resource for sport psychologists, students and professionals with an interest in sport or high-level performance.

The Philosophy and Practice of Medicine and Bioethics

Author : Barbara Maier
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This book challenges the unchallenged methods in medicine, such as "evidence-based medicine," which claim to be, but often are not, scientific. It completes medical care by adding the comprehensive humanistic perspectives and philosophy of medicine. No specific or absolute recommendations are given regarding medical treatment, moral approaches, or legal advice. Given rather is discussion about each issue involved and the strongest arguments indicated. Each argument is subject to further critical analysis. This is the same position as with any philosophical, medical or scientific view. The argument that decision-making in medicine is inadequate unless grounded on a philosophy of medicine is not meant to include all of philosophy and every philosopher. On the contrary, it includes only sound, practical and humanistic philosophy and philosophers who are creative and critical thinkers and who have concerned themselves with the topics relevant to medicine. These would be those philosophers who engage in practical philosophy, such as the pragmatists, humanists, naturalists, and ordinary-language philosophers. A new definition of our own philosophy of life emerges and it is necessary to have one. Good lifestyle no longer means just abstaining from cigarettes, alcohol and getting exercise. It also means living a holistic life, which includes all of one's thinking, personality and actions. This book also includes new ways of thinking. In this regard the "Metaphorical Method" is explained, used, and exemplified in depth, for example in the chapters on care, egoism and altruism, letting die, etc.

Oxford American Handbook of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Supportive Care

Author : Eduardo Bruera
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The Oxford American Handbook of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Supportive Care is an easily-navigable source of information about the day-to-day management of patients requiring palliative and hospice care. The table of contents follows the core curriculum of the American Board of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, thus meeting the educational and clinical information needs of students, residents, fellows, and nurse practitioners. Succinct, evidence-based, topically-focused content is supplemented by extensive tables, algorithms, and clinical pearls. This edition includes new sections on grief and bereavement, medical marijuana, and physician assisted suicide, and has been updated throughout to incorporate National Consensus Project for Quality Palliative Care Clinical Practice Guidelines.

The Pain of Helping

Author : Patrick J. Morrissette
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The purpose of The Pain of Helping is to provide a source that identifies, condenses, and consolidates information pertaining to psychological injury. In addition to providing details regarding construct definition, information pertaining to symptomatology, assessment instruments (e.g. structured interview, questionnaires), treatment options, leading theoreticians, journals, books, and web sites are also included. This book will serve as a primary source and directory for additional information pertaining to psychological injury. To date, there has not been a concerted effort to synthesize and consolidate the literature of psychological injury and present this valuable information in a systematic and methodological fashion.

Psycho Oncology

Author : Jimmie C. Holland
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Originally published by Oxford in 1998, Psycho-Oncology was the first comprehensive text in the field and remains the gold standard today. Edited by a team of leading experts in psycho-oncology, spearheaded by Dr. Jimmie C. Holland, the founder of the field, the text reflects the interdisciplinary nature and global reach of this growing field. Thoroughly updated and developed in collaboration with the American Psychosocial Society and the International Psycho-oncology Society, the third edition is a current, comprehensive reference for psychiatrists, psychologists, oncologists, hospice workers, and social workers seeking to understand and manage the psychological issues involved in the care of persons with cancer and the psychological, social, and behavioral factors that contribute to cancer risk and survival. New to this edition are chapters on gender-based and geriatric issues and expanded coverage of underserved populations, community based programs, and caregiver training and education.

Mentoring in Academic Medicine

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A part of the new Teaching Medicine Series, this new title acts as a guide for mentoring and fostering professionalism in medical education and training.