Resources tagged with: Leadership
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
Career Development of Physician Scientists: A Survey of Leaders in Academic Medicine

The following article provides information on current practices and policies around mentorship and support in medical schools and teaching hospitals. A survey was...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Medical School Deans’ Perceptions of Organizational Climate: Useful Indicators for Advancement of Women Faculty and Evaluation of a Leadership Program’s Impact

In the following study, U.S. and Canadian medical school deans were surveyed for their perceptions regarding organizational climate for faculty, policies affecting...

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
10 prominent health system CEOs: Physician burnout is a public health crisis — here are 11 things we commit to do about it

Burnout is the experience of three interrelated components: exhaustion, cynicism and inefficacy. To mitigate the effects of burnout and help prevent it in the...

Briefs and Summaries
What’s Holding Women in Medicine Back from Leadership

The following article, published in Harvard Business Review, discusses the dearth of women in leadership roles in the medical field and identifies several factors...

Article
Implementing Optimal Team-Based Care to Reduce Clinician Burnout

Teamwork is critical for clinician well-being and better patient care. But how can we better foster team-based care so that patients and clinicians can...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience – Conceptual Model

This conceptual model was developed by the National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being. This conceptual model depicts the factors...

Briefs and Summaries
Does Mentoring Matter: Results from a Survey of Faculty Mentees at a Large Health Sciences University

Published in Medical Education Online, the authors of the following study aimed to determine the characteristics associated with having a mentor, the association of...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Mentoring in Academic Medicine: A Systematic Review

Published in JAMA, the following systematic review analyzes the evidence about the prevalence of mentorship and its relationship to career development. Less than...

Peer-Reviewed Literature