Exciting News About My Book!

This is a quick post to share the exciting news that Recapturing Joy in Medicine is now on the shelves at Barnes & Noble stores! This is a hard-to-achieve wonderful endorsement of the work, since they review thousands of books each year for shelf placement. I am SO grateful to know this well-researched, unique, practical resource for physicians, the entire medical team, and those who love and work with them will now be available more widely during a time when it is desperately needed.

Now available at Barnes & Noble stores!

I am also thrilled to announce the book was listed in Dr. Kenny Lin’s Top 10 Health and Healthcare Books for 2019! It is heartwarming to see all the years of research, writing, and editing bear fruit. Hooray!!!

Stay tuned for information about book signings and events I hope to coordinate both locally and perhaps even around the country when I travel this year to speak. So far, I’ll be in San Antonio, Kansas City, Washington, DC, and possibly in San Diego as well as various cities throughout Florida. Also, if the book is not yet available at your local B&N store, just ask them to order it and they will. This will help keep it on their shelves!

Thank you to everyone who continues to encourage me as I write, advocate, and speak to inspire and empower those who care for others! And here’s the link if you’d like to leave a book review on B&N; apparently that helps get the word out. Thank you so much in advance!

Joyfully,

For an excerpt from the book on the power of advocacy, read Finding Our Voice: Advocacy in Action. And consider gifting your physician (or a resident, med student or fellow you love!) with a copy to celebrate National Physicians Week (March 25-31, 2020)!

Amaryllis Sánchez Wohlever, MD (Dr. Mari)

I am the author of Recapturing Joy In Medicine and I am passionate about physician wellness, burnout prevention, and Helping Docs Thrive™ in the midst of a broken system in constant flux. As a coach for physicians, I love helping my colleagues develop their strengths, recapture their original calling into medicine, and embark on a path to greater joy, meaning, and purpose in medicine and in life.

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