Caring for our caregivers during COVID-19
Amid the COVID-19 global outbreak, it is a stressful time for those who work on the front lines of health care. Access helpful resources to navigate these challenges.
4 questions leaders can ask to show pandemic-weary doctors they care
When physicians are burned out—from COVID-19 or anything else—they want to know that their leaders care. This handful of queries demonstrates you do.
Target these opportunities to tackle physician burnout in 2022
COVID-19 is exhausting the physician workforce. Learn how the AMA is helping doctors address the systemic drivers of burnout.
Q&A: Uncovering physicians’ needs is key to improving well-being
At Massachusetts General Hospital, AMA member Kerri Palamara, MD, focuses on meeting doctors where they are to uncover ways to reduce physician burnout.
Marshfield leaders tackle pandemic’s “brutal” impact on morale
Wisconsin’s Marshfield Clinic Health System surveyed physicians and others to find out COVID-19’s impact and take actions to address it.
Experiences of minoritized, marginalized physicians in U.S. during COVID-19
The AMA's report on experiences of racially and ethnically minoritized and marginalized physicians in the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic looks at the toll on physicians of color.
With pandemic’s end not in sight, 8 ways to deal with the stress
As the “pandemic of the unvaccinated” persists, physicians can follow this advice for dealing with the strain and mitigate burnout.
At pandemic peak, 1 in 3 resident doctors in NYC experienced burnout
During COVID-19 pandemic’s intense early months, residents and fellows at a New York hospital were at higher risk of psychiatric disorders. Learn more.