Resource topic: Practice Environment
Burnout and Job and Career Satisfaction in the Physician Assistant Profession: A Review of the Literature

While much is known about the prevalence of burnout among physicians and nurses, little is known about burnout in the physician assistant (PA) profession....

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Gender-Based Differences in Burnout: Issues Faced by Women Physicians

Women now account for an increasingly large percentage of medical school students and practicing physicians, yet there is still a scarcity of research on how...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Occupational Well-Being in Anesthesiologists

Published by theĀ Brazilian Society of Anaesthetists, the following reportĀ aims to stimulate the development of effective action on the part of world entities...

Report
Creating resilient IT: how the sign-out sheet shows clinicians make healthcare work

The AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings article emphasizes the need for information technology (IT) systems to be resilient in their purpose. Successful IT systems...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Compassion Practices, Nurse Well-Being, and Ambulatory Patient Experience Ratings

Compassion practices represent an under-explored organizational tool that may aid clinician well-being and positively impact health care experiences. This study,...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Changing the Conversation From Burnout to Wellness: Physician Well-being in Residency Training Programs

There is a dearth of literature on physician wellness which is unrelated to "burnout." Eckleberry-Hunt et al. describe a toolbox of practical steps they developed...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Can Shared Decision Making Improve Physician Well-Being and Reduce Burnout?

Published in the medical science journal Cureus, the aticle reflects on how interventions can better improve clinical encounters, so the encounters are more...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
Adaptation practice: teaching doctors how to cope with stress,anxiety and depression by developing resilience

Sherlock's article, published in the British Journal of Medical Practitioners, aims to explore the acceptability and effectiveness of a six-month training course of...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
An Organizational Framework to Reduce Professional Burnout and Bring Back Joy in Practice

Swensen's commentary, published in the Joint Commission on Quality and Patient Safety, focuses on the systemic drivers of burnout at the organizational,...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
Physicians Are Facing a Crisis

This article, published in the New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst, cites the prevalence of burnout as an impetus for leaders in health care to reduce EMR time...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication