Resources tagged with: Leadership
Moral Distress and Building Resilience

This article published by Johns Hopkins Nursing stresses the threat of moral distress on nurse retention. Through a scenario, the causes of moral distress --...

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Rudeness and Medical Team Performance

The research study, published in Pediatrics, examines how rudeness experienced in medical settings impacts medical team performance. The results found that...

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The Group Health Medical Home At Year Two: Cost Savings, Higher Patient Satisfaction, And Less Burnout For Providers

Published in Health Affairs, this paper examines the effects of the patient-centered medical home model as a key vehicle to improve the quality of health care and...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Care for the Caregiver Quality Checking Tool

Planetree released a 10-question Quality Checking Tool measuring the care of caregivers at healthcare institutions. Strategies listed for improving retention are...

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Lessons in Leadership: How the World’s Largest Medical Center Braced for Hurricane Harvey

This article published in the New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst discusses how the Texas Medical Center in Houston prepared before and recovered after...

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Duty-Hour Limits and Patient Care and Resident Outcomes: Can High-Quality Studies Offer Insight into Complex Relationships?

Published in Annual Review of Medicine, this article highlights what studies have shown about duty hours during residency affect fatigue, alertness, mood, and...

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IHI Framework for Improving Joy in Work

The Institute for Healthcare Improvement released a white paper that serves as a guide for institution leaders to help restore joy in the healthcare workforce. By...

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Report of the AMIA EHR-2020 Task Force on the Status and Future Direction of EHRs

Published in Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA), the article describes how the focus of the last decade of EHR innovation has involved...

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How Should Residents Respond to Faculty Bullying of Med Students?

Published in the AMA Wire, this article discusses how workplace bullying in healthcare may be combated on an individual level. The pros and cons of a proposed...

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Physician Burnout Is A Public Health Crisis: A Message To Our Fellow Health Care CEOs

Published in Health Affairs, this article details primary costs and drivers of burnout and makes a call-to-action for leadership to make physician resilience a...

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