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Mindful Medicine by Jan Chozen Bays
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Jul 26, 2022 | ISBN 9781645470526

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“Healing the burnout epidemic in health care will require systemic change, along with pragmatic, research-backed tools for self-care that can meet healthcare workers where they are now. To that end, physician and meditation teacher Jan Chozen Bays offers a wise, timely, and compassionate book’s worth of simple exercises that healthcare professionals (and all frontline workers) can use to mitigate stress and to restore their sense of presence, purpose, and flow in their chosen career.”—Mindful Magazine

“This important book will be a powerful resource for healthcare workers for years to come. It addresses the truth of suffering that people in healthcare experience and offers a path out of that suffering through deep practices that resource those who have hit the wall of medicine in our era.”—Roshi Joan Halifax, author of Standing at the Edge: Finding Freedom Where Fear and Courage Meet

“A guide to being mindful during the busyness and chaos of clinical practice, this book is a must-read for clinicians wanting to experience greater joy, connection, and fulfillment in their work. A seasoned and wise pediatrician who has worked with some of the most challenging situations imaginable, Dr. Bays weaves her Zen teachings seamlessly into simple exercises that clinicians can incorporate into the workday—to connect us with our growing edge and inspire us to discover the unrealized potential that we all have. She shows how, in every moment, we can expand our capacity and courage to be curious, responsive and present to the needs of our patients, our colleagues, and, perhaps most importantly, ourselves.”—Ronald Epstein, MD,  family and palliative care physician, writer, researcher, and teacher of Mindful Practice in Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center

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