Sitting in the room, face-to-face with your patient, and they ask you point-blank: So what's wrong with me?
As a new grad I would dread this scenario— I'd freeze up, stutter, stumble and turn bright red (although it's hard for me not to do that). I never felt like I knew enough.
There's a better way around this.
And really, it's SO okay that you don't know all the answers.
In this video, I'll tell you:
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Once you've watched, I'd love to hear from you.
What is a strategy that you use to handle these situations?
Or, what is one of the major insights you took away from this video?
Leave me a comment below. Be sure to share your thoughts directly in the comments, no links or videos as they may be removed.
Here's that meme I was talking about:
Thanks so much for watching. Hang in there, and see you soon.
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