Advocacy takes time—a rarity for physicians. But there are five simple ways to advocate for needed healthcare changes.
Many doctors think leaving full-time employment equates to arduous travel, but that doesn’t necessarily need to be the case.
Quality primary care takes time with patients, so it’s time for physicians to press for the time needed to truly make needed change.
Three strategies to overcome burnout and bureaucracy and remain committed to medicine.
To reduce burnout and increase the joy of medicine, Houston Methodist promoted engagement, team autonomy, and ownership.
Partnership seeks to better understand the factors affecting how physicians practice medicine
The American College of Physicians unveils peer and patient support to address the growing toll of burnout on physicians.
Two years ago, when Mission Health in Asheville, N.C., gave their standard employee engagement survey, only 17.5 percent reported being “fully engaged,” says Ronald A.
Pamela Wible, MD, has dedicated herself to raising awareness about this issue and changing the conditions that lead so many physicians to take their own lives. Here's what Wible says physicians can do about the suicide issue to help themselves and others.
Five steps for physicians to start putting their health first.