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How to Mentally Prepare for a Crisis Like an ER Doctor

Reminding yourself of your true mission can help you let go of what you can’t control

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AtAt one o’clock in the morning, the emergency radio goes off — a team of paramedics is calling with a critical case. They’ve found a young child in cardiac arrest, blue, and not breathing. It’s going to be up to you and your team…




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Dan Dworkis, MD PhD

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