Dust off your “to read” pile: Reading reduces resident burnout
Learn about new research that shows reading nonmedical literature on a consistent has a dose-response relationship with resident physician burnout.
AMA inaugurates recognition program in fight against physician burnout
Twenty-two organizations acknowledged for achievements that improve joy in medicine.
How to tackle burnout among women physicians
Physician burnout can affect male and female doctors in different ways. Here are some ways to address physician burnout among female physicians.
AMA honors 22 organizations’ commitment to cutting doctor burnout
Stanford, Cleveland Clinic and 20 other health care organizations are doing notable work to measure physician burnout and address its systemic causes.
Medical society membership: A deterrent to physician burnout
Many doctors have found that professional solidarity can help when addressing burnout. Find out how joining a medical society can help you respond to stress and prevent burnout.
Physician well-being: Why organizational change matters
Get an overview of recent physician burnout studies and the AMA’s latest programs that are tackling this issue at the systems level.
Why women physicians are more likely to experience burnout
Learn more about the key factors that are contributing to female burnout in medicine.
AMA fights burnout with new Practice Transformation Initiative
Advancing evidence-based solutions to increase joy in medicine.
Physician burnout: New AMA effort to close solutions research gap
A multimillion-dollar AMA initiative will help identify the "emerging practice" science that can address the systemic causes of doctor burnout.