Bullying is driving more physician burnout: 3 key steps to take
The pandemic has exacerbated medicine’s pervasive bullying problem, with aggressive patient behavior prompting a zero-tolerance approach. Learn more.
Physicians worldwide issue clarion call on racism’s impact in medicine
The World Medical Association’s Declaration of Berlin on Racism in Medicine makes clear how false ideas on race adversely affect patients’ health.
Terrifying bomb threats against children's hospitals must stop
Social media-coordinated threats against organizations offering gender-affirming care are on the rise. Doctors, hospitals ask DOJ to investigate.
Are women surgical interns pestered with inappropriate pages?
New research will examine whether nonphysician providers send unprofessional pages more often to women surgical interns. Learn more with the AMA.
Joan F. Giambalvo Fund for the Advancement of Women
The Joan F. Giambalvo Fund for the Advancement of Women provides annual scholarships to advance the study of women in the medical profession.
Mistreatment, discrimination by patients adds to physician burnout
About 30% of doctors subjected to offensive remarks in the past year. Learn who’s affected most, how it’s linked to burnout, and how to move forward.
Harassment of doctors is on the rise. Here’s how to stop it.
A recent study documents how frequent the problem is, especially among physicians from historically marginalized racial and ethnic groups. Learn more.
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