Prevent burnout and build resiliency with strategies to improve your professional well-being.
This Medical News article explores timely topics discussed at the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s 2022 annual meeting.
This Viewpoint discusses the importance of ergonomics and proper posture in the operating room.
This Viewpoint discusses gender disparities in cognitive load and emotional labor, both of which are key contributors to physician burnout.
This Viewpoint discusses approaches to address clinician occupational well-being based on data and experiences before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This Viewpoint highlights the risk of burnout and its effects on resident physicians treating patients during the stressful COVID-19 pandemic and summarizes strategies for preventing burnout.
This cohort study evaluates data from the Intern Health Study and uses the 9-item Patient Health Questionnaire to estimate the prevalence of depression among surgical interns.
In this narrative medicine essay, an internist-psychiatrist offers a novel way to address physician burnout by celebrating 4.5-star ratings rather than 5-point ratings as the standard of meeting patient care goals to promote achieving a balanced life.
This cross-sectional study examines the occurrence of mistreatment of and discrimination toward physicians by patients, families, and visitors by physician characteristics and the association between such interactions and experiencing burnout.
In this narrative medicine essay, an emergency medicine resident describes the inadequate coping mechanisms she and her colleagues use to deal with unending tragedies of patients treated in the emergency department and longs for dedicated time for physicians to process what they see, hear, and feel every day.
This survey study evaluates the prevalence and sources of mistreatment among physicians and associations between mistreatment, occupational well-being, and physicians’ perceptions of protective workplace systems.
This cross-sectional study evaluates the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Quality of Dying and Death instrument and examines differences between disciplines and end-of-life circumstances.
This pilot randomized clinical trial assesses whether a structured professional group coaching program for female resident physicians would lead to decreased burnout.
This cross-sectional study evaluates gay, lesbian, and bisexual medical students’ perceptions of the medical school learning environment and how this is associated with reported burnout.
This cross-sectional study uses data from the 2019 National Electronic Health Records Survey to examine the association between physician perceptions of the electronic health record and practice ownership type.
This Medical News article discusses burnout, financial stressors, and other factors driving physicians out of medicine during COVID-19.
This systematic review identifies how primary care panels are defined, the degree of variation in these definitions, the consequences of different definitions of panel size, and research on strengths of different approaches.
This cluster randomized clinical trial of pediatric interns assesses whether a novel mindfulness training program reduces burnout.
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