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.
4 ways a clinic cut poorly controlled diabetes by a third
A multi-dimensional approach to diabetes management allowed this practice to improve control. Here is how.
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.
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.
The key to tackling physician burnout: Listening to each other
Learn how a primary care practice moving to a patient-centered medical home avoided the low morale, negative backlash that’s common with change.
6 tips to protect against burnout
The AMA has put together some tips to help physicians promote well-being during their day-to-day routine.
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.
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.