Resource topic: Society and Culture
Cultivating Moral Resilience

Rushton's article in American Journal of Nursing explores unfound findings and solutions relating to moral distress, a form of moral suffering in the face of...

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Executive Summary: Transforming Moral Distress into Moral Resilience in Nursing

A collaborative project developed by the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, the American Journal of Nursing, and the...

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How to Recognize Burnout Before You’re Burned Out

This New York Times article sheds light on the prevalence of occupational stress and burnout in many industries beyond healthcare, law enforcement, social workers,...

Article
Transformation of Mental Health Care for U.S. Soldiers and Families During the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars: Where Science and Politics Intersect

Scientific as well as political factors have influenced how the military has addressed the mental health needs resulting from 14 years of the the Iraq/Afghanistan...

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The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations For Positive Change

The National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being released the following comprehensive report on Layer Well-Being. The prevalence of chronic stress and high rates of...

Report
Era 3 for Medicine and Health Care

This article in JAMA Network segments the medicine of the past and future into three eras. Era 1, dating back to Hippocrates' time, elevated the profession of...

Article
Safe Patient Handling and Mobility: Interprofessional National Standards

The American Nurses Association released a handbook laying out interprofessional standards on Safe Patient Handling and Mobility (SPHM). The primary topics of this...

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Gender Differences in Academic Medicine: Retention, Rank, and Leadership Comparisons from the National Faculty Survey

This study examined the validity of the assertion that women in academic medicine do not advance or remain in their careers in parity with men. To do so, the...

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Gender differences in time spent on parenting and domestic responsibilities by high-achieving young physician-researchers

A nationwide postal survey was completed by 1049 physician recipients of National Institute of Health K08 or K23 awards between 2006 and 2009. The self-report...

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Sex differences in academic rank in US medical schools in 2014

The following article, published in JAMA, analyzes sex differences in faculty rank among 91,073 US academic physicians. Sex differences in faculty rank were linked...

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