Resource topic: Organizational Strategies
Two More and Counting: Suicide in Medical Trainees

In the aftermath of two resident suicides in New York in May of 2018, Michael F. Meyers, MD, writes of his recent experiences around discussing burnout and...

Personal Stories
Democracy and Burnout: The ACR’s Special Role

Published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology, the following opinion article explains the American College of Radiology's important role to play in...

Article
Crucial Issues Forum 2017 from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) put together a two-day forum highlighting the importance of physician wellness and burnout summarized in this...

Briefs and Summaries
Transforming the Healthcare System to Increase Joy in Medicine

A presentation by the American, Canadian, and British Medical Associations at the International Conference on Physician Health in 2016, Increasing Joy in Medicine...

Presentation/Webinar
Coaching to Enhance Individual Well-Being, Foster Teamwork, and Improve the Health Care System

In a published article in the New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst, Dr. Adelman and Dr. Liebschutz aim to shed light on health care provider coaching as a means...

Article
National Initiative VI: Stimulating a Culture of Well-Being in the Clinical Learning Environment

The Alliance of Independent Academic Medical Careers (AIAMC) National Initiative VI: Stimulating a Culture of Well-Being in the Clinical Learning Environment aims...

Partner Organization or Initiative’s Website
Battling Burnout: Reflecting a National Movement, Weill Cornell Medicine Puts Increased Focus on Student and Physician Wellness

Published in Weill Cornell Medicine's Newsroom, the following article provides a glimpse of how Weill Cornell Medicine is taking a role in working with medical...

Article
Making The Case For The Chief Wellness Officer In America’s Health Systems: A Call To Action

U.S. clinicians are burnt out and patient safety is at risk. How can leadership ensure our clinicians—and patients—thrive? Published in Health Affairs, authors...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
Maximizing the Potential of Women in Emergency Medicine

The following policy statement, by The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), provides several recommendations for employers to adopt, in order to enable...

Toolkit
Artificial Intelligence and the Augmentation of Health Care Decision-Making

Information technology in health care, such as the EHR, patient portals, digitized medical devices, and wearables are becoming increasingly used to improve patient...

Article