18 minutes | Sep 22nd 2020

011: 7 Ways to Continue Learning and Better Serve Your Patients

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As clinicians, after we finish medical school, we think we’re ready to help and serve people. Then your first real patient walks in the door - and you discover that you don’t yet know anything. [Cue the reality check!] This is why continuing education is so important. If you want to serve people and better meet their needs, you always need to be learning. Life has a tendency of getting in the way, so it’s especially important to schedule time for continuing education, read from proven reference books, and truly get to know the products you recommend to your patients. And having a community of like-minded people to learn and grow with is key to success! Today, I want to give you a proven framework - and seven simple, actionable steps - you can do to up your game and keep learning. Gold Nuggets How my very first patient revealed just how little I really knew Why you should schedule time to learn, just like you would any other appointment.  How to find great references and learn more about products and supplements you may want to recommend.  How to build relationships, stay in the community, and collaborate with other clinicians, even in the era of COVID-19.  My favorite digital tools for finding great research and valuable information. Get Today's Show Notes To get access to today's show notes, including a transcript & links to all the resources mentioned, visit RondaNelson.com/11  Connect with Dr. Ronda Nelson Facebook Instagram YouTube Social Community Monthly Newsletter Rate & Review the Podcast If you enjoyed today’s episode of The Clinical Entrepreneur, hit the subscribe button in Apple Podcasts, (or wherever you listen) so future episodes are automatically downloaded directly to your device. You can also help by providing an honest rating & review over on Apple Podcasts. Reviews go a long way in helping us build awareness so that we can impact even more people. THANK YOU!
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