These 4 workflow changes help cut burnout by 45%
An efficient health care workflow can reduce physician burnout by nearly half. Find out how to implement workflow optimization.
The power of the kitchen table consult
Their path toward moving medicine converged more than a decade ago in the AMA House of Delegates. Now their shared purpose starts closer to home.
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.
Resident & Student Health
How to immunize yourself against medical school burnout
A panel of physicians from various career stages offered tips for handling the stresses of medicine, as a medical student and throughout your career.
Physician moms: More housework, higher career dissatisfaction
Overall, physician mothers report being responsible for most domestic tasks. Learn how one surgeon and medical school dean managed home and work demands.
Family physician spreads word on burnout fight, 1 t-shirt at a time
This Montana family doctor has a message for his colleagues: Like the phoenix, they too can rise above physician burnout.
How collaboration with IT cut 1,500 clicks a day per physician
Professional satisfaction is often worsened by EHR workflow design. Learn more about how this medical group worked with IT to reduce clicks for physicians.
Ditch the “stupid stuff” that drives doctors crazy
Physician administrative burdens can take a toll on well-being. This health system is changing that by eliminating “stupid stuff” from daily requirements.
Eat right and exercise: Advice doctors should also take to heart
This medical group’s effort to address physician burnout includes making self-care a priority, and a big part of that includes eating right and moving more.