Self-actualization in Medicine Part 1: Your Hierarchy of Needs

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FireflySixtySeven [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons Maslow’s pyramid

In 1943, Abraham Maslow’s psychology paper, A Theory of Human Motivation,” was published in Psychological Review. His “hierarchy of needs” put basic needs, such as survival, at the base of a pyramid, followed by the more sophisticated human wants, such as love, esteem, and at the pinnacle, self-actualization, or the fulfillment of one’s personhood via implementations of all the talents and abilities which the lower levels engender.

Self-actualization is your final achievement as a professional

Self and physician are mutually entangled at a very quantum level: you are a doctor

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