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Burnout

Many physicians work when sick, but why?
Many physicians work when sick, but why?Why do doctors feel they need to stay on the job when ill?
Empowering an entire team to prevent burnoutOne Stanford clinic’s democratic approach to patient care has improved outcomes for the entire team.
The three-legged stool approach to physician burnoutTeam-based communication and an emphasis on personal resilience have improved one medical system’s employee engagement by more than 20%.
Physicians struggle to manage quality measuresRead on to find out how physicians have been battling quality measures this year.
Top 11 advice physicians would give their younger selves
Top 11 advice physicians would give their younger selvesNo matter the profession, everyone wishes they could go back in time and provide sage wisdom to their younger selves to help ease the path that awaits them.
Preventing burnout’s worst case scenario by embracing emotionsEncouraging physicians to talk about their mental health and practice self-care are important tools to prevent burnout and suicide.
Fighting physician burnout at three levelsThe American Medical Association’s practice management tools aim to solve burnout at the level of individual practices and larger health systems.
Reducing the burdens of technology can restore joy to physiciansWith thoughtful improvements to how technology is employed and measured, physicians can return to the joy of practice.
Physicians should look inward to keep from burning outHow one physician turned his recovery from burnout into a leadership program that’s shifted the culture in his medical system.
It's about time PCPs say enough is enough
It's about time PCPs say enough is enoughIt’s about time—time to recognize that primary care physicians (PCPs) need more time with their patients.