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This qualitative analysis using interviews with physicians determines barriers and facilitators in electronic health record inbox management and suggestions for improvement.
This pilot randomized clinical trial explores the effect of individualized coaching on physician burnout, job satisfaction, and well-being.
This Special Communication elaborates on the concept of microaggressions and provides suggestions for how recipients or bystanders can respond to them.
This narrative review discusses the research on the outcomes of exposure to surgical smoke and strategies used to lessen the exposure.
This survey study determines which electronic health record (EHR) design and use factors are associated with clinician stress and burnout and identifies other sources that contribute to this problem.
This survey study explores perceptions about parental leave from US general surgery residents.
This survey study of physician mothers examines the association between increased domestic workload and career dissatisfaction, and whether this association differs between proceduralists and nonproceduralists.
This Viewpoint describes 8 techniques that surgeons can use to cultivate joy in their work.
This study evaluates survey responses from a large national cohort of US resident physicians to assess the association between burnout and explicit and implicit racial biases among nonblack resident physicians.
This Viewpoint describes the differentiation of burnout from major depressive disorder and advises that physicians’ well-being would be augmented by considering both as possible causes of personal difficulties.
This cross-sectional survey study examines the factors associated with satisfaction at work in academic health care centers.
This cohort study uses data from the US Healthy Work Place study to examine characteristics of health care organizations that are associated with clinician trust in the organization.
In this narrative medicine essay, a physician finds in the motion of diastole, the process of letting go and filling up, an apt metaphor for how to handle the burnout, anxiety, and depression of medical training.
This Viewpoint discusses how physician burnout, depression, and suicide can arise from guilt feelings that physicians have sublimated into their work.
This study evaluates the association of gender differences with the perceived quality of life of head and neck oncological surgeons.
This systematic review examines whether surgical complications in their patients adversely affect the health of surgeons.
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