The post refers to two articles from the Journal of Supportive Oncology – one which focuses on strategies for self-care, and another which focuses on reducing burnout during oncology training.
The article highlights the importance of attaining a balance in both professional and personal dimensions, and refers to the ‘wellness wheel’, which recognises the following dimensions:
If someone becomes too obsessed with the occupational dimension of wellness, the other dimensions will suffer.
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