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DOCTOR KILLING = SELF INDUCED

Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Feb 5, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Our work environment defines light stress. Starts with the loss of paper charts to electronic medical records (EMRs) and only gets worse. Surgeons, ER, anesthesia have it worse because of call and shifts and the OR environment. The eye sees what the mind wants to see. We need to focus on the picture being built around us and not the pixels if we want to understand what is really going on to humans in the artifical tech world we've built. ----Mitochondriac Othello Principle

    “May 8, 2018 -- One doctor commits suicide in the U.S. every day -- the highest suicide rate of any profession. And the number of doctor suicides -- 28 to 40 per 100,000 -- is more than twice that of the general population, new research shows. The rate in the general population is 12.3 per 100,000.

    Doctors who die by suicide often have untreated or undertreated depression” Screen use is tied to melanopsin damage and destroyed melatonin and dopamine = poor sleep and poor mood = SUICIDE


    Our work environment defines light stress. Starts with the loss of paper charts to EMRs and only gets worse. Surgeons have it worse because of call and shifts and the OR environment.
    Circadian rhythm dysfunction, melanopsin dysfunction, nnEMF rich environment, job stress, lack of family time and limited social life, working indoors, job beliefs and activities bury the sun from docs, most jobs are in large 4-5G cities which lead so low dopamine levels and suicidal inclinations from tech screen abuse.

    https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/news/20180508/doctors-suicide-rate-highest-of-any-profession
     
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  2. Jack Kruse

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    Direct Primary Care revolt largely results from 2 things 1) taking orders from distant managed care directors and their underlings 2) entering more data into EHRs. One physician reports he is up to 100 EHR “clicks” per patient. Says one doc ”We’re not subordinates or clerks.” We are being irradiated at record rates below our ability to understand what is going on so the government and companies can gain full control of medicine using a chronic light stress strategy.

    Physician suicide is a collateral effect. 5G will amplify the effect of blue light hazard via screens. Nobody sees the game plan but the Mitochondriac.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_...crFSSmaH9rqnehbDAt01rbK1joIBvws-1TSxtzBR0G-pU

    The NY Post has done a recent story about physician burnout that misses the real target. Their take is suicides and mental illness + some EHR. The reporter fails to report the big impact of managed care and abuse of doctors by insurance company clerks. Most HMO nurses and medical directors belong in the abuser category because of how they force chronic light abuse on physicians.

    It's a light-based racket to gain control of doctors minds and behaviors. The ACGME, AHA, NRMP colluding to create a monopoly, prevent free-market reforms and then a business model based on 'indentured servitude' practices of sugarcane plantation slaves. This is what modern medicine is becoming because of light abuse in medicine. I went into great detail with Luke Storey on a recent podcast about how this happens and why it is all about control.

    Here is how our hospitals violate human rights of doctors—& patients—putting all our lives at risk. This isn't burnout by the way. It is forced wellness modules & resilience workshops only perpetuate this abuse cycle. Who are you good for if you are not good enough for yourself doctors? We have ALLOWED THIS TO happen. Enough of this bullshit. It is time to fight back collectively by refusing to work on the plantation by their rules. I am building the Magna Carta of NEW RULES for doctors to be unleashed at Kruse Longevity Farm training in 2019.

    CITES:

    http://www.idealmedicalcare.org/abused-foreign-doctors-enrich-us-hospitals-harm-americans/ …
     
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  3. Jack Kruse

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    Contained within is a story within a story. Here is the tale of Jeff Whitehorn, former CEO of Summit Medical Center in Nashville TN and what he attempted to do to me in 2009 and how I turned the tables on him. He was potentially one of the top 5 worse people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. In this blog about doctors, I show you how I dealt with a person trying to force chronic light stress down my throat for his own gain.
    It's not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it.........
    Today, more of us feel like surgeons, permanently on call, required to heal ourselves, but we remain unable to find 'our Rx' because of all the clutter on our desk. You're searching for yourself so hard that you've lost yourself. Stop, and create your natural Rx using nature. You must focus on your light diet your eye sees and not the diet one you gut experiences. https://www.patreon.com/posts/24834979
     
  4. Jack Kruse

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    Physician Suicide Meta-Analysis: "We need to take a deep-dive into the culture of medicine to understand why a field devoted to caring for others is unable to properly care for itself. When we fail to do that, we let down ourselves, patients & society." https://hubs.ly/H0gDSsl0
     
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  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    After a suicide attempt in 2020, Dr. Justin Bullock was put through a dehumanizing, month-long assessment by his employer. It's part of a larger problem of stigma around mental health in the medical field that needs to change: https://bit.ly/3xIAeVe


    The evaluation, which included hair and blood tests and questions about Bullock’s childhood traumas made him “much less likely” to get help. Despite his outstanding academic and clinical record, any “serious mistakes” could have cost him his license, he says.

    Nearly 40% of physicians are reluctant to get mental health care for fear of state medical boards revoking their license or restricting their ability to practice, one study shows. Reforming how these boards function could encourage doctors to seek support, experts say.
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    For doctors like Bullock, these “voluntary” evaluations can be a source of shame. They may focus on sweeping psychiatric questions instead of job performance or feedback from patients — even for physicians with a glowing record.
    But some states are slowly shifting their policies around health evaluation by removing questions about a doctor’s mental health history, or only asking about current impairments. Some say it’s one step toward eliminating this stigma for health professionals.

    The pandemic only intensified the burnout felt by health care workers. In some cases, the stress can cost lives. To learn more about how the US health system failed its doctors during Covid-19, read the first part of Vox’s series The Aftermath.
     
  9. JanSz

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    What about peoples other than doctors, should not they fear mental health care too?

    Does this say anything about shrinks?
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  10. “He was very, very worried about losing his license and credentials,” his wife says.
    Utah Emergency Physicians had denied Jolley’s requests for another doctor to support his shifts.
    He chose to take an unpaid sabbatical. Halfway through his sabbatical, on February 5, 2021, Jolley attempted suicide. Than two weeks later, on February 19, he killed himself at home.
    It's considered just another “occupational hazard”.
    :(
     

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