Recently started as a new hospitalist at a large hospital. Overall things are going well but the learning curve has been much steeper than I anticipated. I'm at the same hospital where I did my residency so luckily I haven't had to learn a new system, new set of politics, new building, etc, but it's still been a challenging transition. I've also made a couple of relatively minor mistakes. Nothing that resulted in any bad outcomes, but it's definitely shaken my confidence, which has left me with this ever-constant nagging feeling that I should be looking everything up, or calling consults on every patient even though I know that's not really necessary. Any advice?