Secret weapon to combat physician stress: connecting with colleagues
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated physician distress and disconnection. Find out how to reduce isolation by incorporating professional connection.
How doctors can adjust to new reality—opening notes to patients
Learn more with the AMA about how physicians can comply with new federal information-blocking rule by effectively sharing notes with patients.
COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: 10 tips for talking with patients
Discover ways you can better understand patients’ perspectives, alleviate their concerns, correct misinformation and address conspiracy theories.
5 steps physicians can take to get rid of “stupid stuff”
Needless tasks have exacted a toll on doctors’ daily workload. Learn more with the AMA about how to slash administrative burdens.
Look for fast fixes to cut “stupid stuff” that burdens doctors
Ask physicians to detail the administrative burdens that interfere with care, hurt well-being. Sometimes the fix can be as simple as “just do it.”
7 ways to cope with moral distress during COVID-19
The pandemic’s ethical challenges can cause emotional upset and distress. A Johns Hopkins physician advises on how maintain empathy and integrity.
How to celebrate progress on cutting doctors’ clerical burdens
Physicians and others are more willing to point out sources of practice inefficiency when they see proof that change is possible. Learn more with the AMA.
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