Family days help loved ones understand anesthesiology’s stressors
To promote well-being among anesthesiologists, a medical center launched a simulation day to help family members better understand their loved ones’ role and offer critical social support.
Why added-sugar nutrition labeling could save lives, money
Revised labels calling out a food product’s added sugar content should create huge benefits to the nation’s health and economy—if consumers understand and use the information.
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.
Nanoethics: It’s time for big thinking about nanomedicine
Innovations in nanotechnology have revolutionized how we think about disease diagnosis and treatment at the cellular level. This is what physicians should know.
Fix the "pebble in the shoe" problems to cut physician burnout
To improve physician satisfaction, this health system asked doctors to share frustrations that could be addressed quickly. Here is what happened.
Family picnic or walk-in clinic? What to do when family asks for care
Requests for care from relatives are exceedingly common. The right response preserves the relationship while making sure the person gets good care.
How to give good nutrition advice when time is short
For patients with prediabetes and other conditions, lifestyle changes are key to improving their health. This is how physicians can help given the limited time they have with patients.
Leadership development may be linked to reduced burnout rates
Learn about the secret sauce behind why these internists in Birmingham, Alabama, have such a low rate of physician burnout.
As work hours rise, so does physician burnout
What does your typical workweek look like? Find out how work hours correlate with physician burnout.