How burnout in physicians compares to other professional degrees
Does whether you have a medical, doctor of philosophy or juris doctor degree, play a role in burnout? Find out how burnout compares.
Foods that spike a patient’s blood glucose are not what you think
When providing nutrition advice for patients with prediabetes, foods that can increase blood glucose levels are often not what you think. Here are three foods to watch out for.
Physician burnout: Which specialties are least likely to ask for help
Physicians encourage patients to share concerns about depression, anxiety or other mental health conditions, yet are less likely to seek help themselves.
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.
How health care organizations can best support communities they serve
Health care organizations need to be aware of the role they play in supporting the economic and social fabric of the communities they serve.
Resident & Student Health
Medical students feeling burned out get a hotline for help
A peer support phone line provided a low-cost accessible solution aimed at relieving the stress of medical school. Learn how students are helping other students.
4 personal factors signaling your risk for physician burnout
Are you a physician younger than 55 or have a child under 21? Find out how much these and other demographic factors increase your risk of burnout.
How to identify patients with undetected prediabetes
One in three U.S. adults has prediabetes and only 10 percent know they have it. To incorporate prediabetes screening and identification into routine patient workflows, follow this toolkit.
New survey shows decline in physician burnout
The physician burnout rate has dropped below 50 percent for the first time since 2011, according to a new triennial study. But more work still needs to be done.