physician burnout

As expensive technologies become commonplace and our aging population requires more care, insurers have reduced payments
Abusive behavior is one of the reasons women physicians are traumatized in our current healthcare system. Hold your head up high, stand your ground, and never apologize for being a woman.
It is time for action to treat and prevent physician burnout, rather than continue to run simple studies like this to pad your bibliography. Sheesh. I wish the academics would do the hard work of measuring effectiveness of prevention efforts with the same vigor as they complete these simple survey studies.
I write this as a physician who can see through the façade and racket of what corporate medicine has created. My history of abuse gives me the sensitivity to feel it when it is present. The corporate system of health care is abusive.
Law schools must begin recognizing the damage that is being caused to interpersonal relationships and our overall society, due to the low EQ levels of those involved in the field of law and make a concerted effort to address this extremely serious problem.
That double whammy will certainly tear your day to shreds if you don't get started beefing up your documentation now. If
This was a limited study, but if its findings suggest one good answer to a major problem facing health care workers. Nearly
Career burnout: It's a problem anyone can face, but perhaps especially those in jobs requiring intense concentration and long hours. That well describes America's health care providers.
You're distracted and perhaps a little surprised at the open expression of thanks. You say something like, "You're welcome
Being mindful is like being a very calm sports announcer -- being aware of the play-by-plays of life yet not getting too wrapped up.
When you book and pay months in advance, I will guarantee you will make that trip. If you don't book and pay, you will always
Code lavender has been touted as a burnout prevention tool in the press. It actually serves a totally different function in the stressful world of the hospital.
Mindfulness-based practices are not just a hobby for our free time or just a marketing trend. It is a way of living that can prevent or even heal career burnout. What if I had realized this earlier in my career as a physician?
HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. A Cleveland Clinic has coined the phrase 'Code Lavender' to help doctors, and even patients, deal with stress inside the hospital's walls. We explore the code.
These three steps are essential to transforming simple time off, holidays and vacations into meaningful life balance for doctors and other busy people.
Recent research has found that mindfulness training may be effective in not only reducing burnout, but also in boosting compassion
HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series we take a look at doctor burnout and how doctors can use mindfulness to prevent it.
HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series we take a look at doctor burnout and how doctors can use mindfulness to prevent it.
At her new gig, Dr. J checks in twice a day with nurses to make sure she knows what to expect with each patient so she stays