In his book When Breath Becomes Air, neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi writes about the medical practice of holding a periodic morbidity & mortality conference.
We reviewed overnight events, new admissions, new scans, then went to see our patients before M&M, or morbidity and mortality conference, a regular meeting . . .
At various points throughout my career, I've fallen into a rut.
Most of us have experienced this at one point or another. We feel like our job owns us, and it's not a good feeling.
I used to channel that feeling of dissatisfaction and lack of autonomy into a variety of channels - looking at job postings, checking up . . .