3 ways to make your organization proactive on physician burnout
AMA member Tait Shanafelt, MD, has made a career out of focusing on physician well-being. Learn about his prescription for organizational change.
How private practice helped this doctor find work-life balance
Christine Sinsky, MD, says her private practice setting was a blessing in disguise and set her on a path to helping doctors transform their daily work.
Top 4 frustrations for physician moms returning to work
Return to work after maternity leave can be difficult due to a variety of factors that can lead to physician burnout. Find out more from the AMA.
Harvard epidemiologist: Beware COVID-19’s second wave this fall
Marc Lipsitch, DPhil, director of Harvard’s Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics, warns of a difficult autumn in terms of COVID-19 caseloads and the toll exacted by mitigation tactics.
What’s ahead on COVID-19? Expert offers forecast for summer, fall
Yale researcher Nicholas A. Christakis, MD, PhD, MPH, says the coronavirus most resembles the 1957 influenza pandemic, and provides insight on what the coming months may bring.
She’s a private practice advocate, a mentor—and a heroine
A year out of residency, Carolynn Francavilla Brown, MD, co-founded a flourishing private practice. Her training has enabled her to handle any task—even a desperate call for help.
6 big things that must change to beat physician burnout
There’s a need for collective, coordinated action across all levels of the health care system to combat physician burnout. Find out how to lay the foundation for change.
Teaching culturally humble primary care
Tonya Fancher, MD, MPH, knows that more primary care doctors in a community means longer-living residents and more equitable outcomes. She’s made it her medical school’s mission to help aspiring doctors remain connected to their communities.