Looking upstream for answers to burnout
Ochsner Health System's first chief wellness officer, Nigel Girgrah, MD, focuses on the source of stressors to give time back to his colleagues.
Is your physician colleague at risk for suicide? Signs to look for
If a fellow physician sends worrisome signals that might suggest self-harm, don’t be afraid to initiate a conversation that could avert a suicide.
How friendly feedback can improve emergency department environments
It's important to maintain a healthy emergency department culture to maximize quality of care and physician well-being. Find out how this doctor is doing it.
Cut burnout by following these 3 steps to optimize the EHR
EHR satisfaction improves when you take administrative burdens off physicians and maximize the system’s automation capabilities. Find out how.
When patients’ social needs are met, doctors feel less burnout
Many family physicians reported improved well-being when they felt their patients’ social needs were attended to. Find out more.
WHO adds burnout to ICD-11. What it means for physicians.
With the World Health Organization’s upgrade of burnout to a syndrome, what does this mean for physicians? This is what physicians need to know.
In a dual-physician household? 5 ways to handle the challenges
Two female physicians offer five individual-level strategies to deal with strains of dual physician households, improve work-life balance and mitigate the risk of burnout.
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