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Leaving Medicine: The Consequences of Physician Dissatisfaction

Published in Medical Care, the following article examines how physician demographic characteristics, practice characteristics, and career satisfaction are related...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Nurse Turnover: A Literature Review- An Update

Published in the International Journal of Nursing Studies, the following literature review examines recent findings related to the issue of nursing turnover and its...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Job Satisfaction Among Nurses: A Predictor of Burnout Levels

Published in the Journal of Nursing Administration, the following study assesses the impact of differential levels of job satisfaction on burnout among nurses,...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Combating Burnout, Promoting Physican Well-Being: Building Blocks for a Health Learning Environment in GME

Combating Burnout, Promoting Physician Well-being: Building Blocks for a Healthy Learning Environment in GME is a webinar from the Accreditation Council for...

Briefs and Summaries
Breaking Silence, Breaking Stigma

In the following commentary from the National Academy of Medicine, a young physician chronicles how leadership at a medical student is studying ways to enhance...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
I Felt Alone but I Wasn’t: Depression is Rampant Among Doctors in Training

The following discussion paper from the National Academy of Medicine offers a personal reflection from Dr. Elisabeth Poorman, a primary care physician and former...

Personal Stories
Nurse Suicide: Breaking the Silence

Nurse suicide threatens the sustainability of our health system and the care and safety of our patients. But no one is tracking it. Although burnout, depression,...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Confronting Depression and Suicide in Physicians: A Consensus Statement

Published in JAMA, the following statement encourages the treatment of depression and prevention of suicide in physicians by calling for a shift in professional...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
Effect of Reducing Interns’ Weekly Work Hours on Sleep and Attentional Failures

The following article, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, aimed to quantify work hours, sleep, and attentional failures among first-year residents...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Burnout and Alcohol Abuse/Dependence Among US Medical Students

Published in Academic Medicine, the following study explores the relationship between alcohol abuse/dependence with burnout and other forms of distress among a...

Peer-Reviewed Literature