National Academy of Medicine

Clinician Engagement for Continuous Learning

Participants and other stakeholders in today’s U.S. health care system are striving for the generation of new knowledge to guide care while at the same time
Read More

A Multifaceted Systems Approach to Addressing Stress Within Health Professions Education and Beyond

TW: suicide There are unique stressors faced by health professionals that begin during the educationa
Read More

100 Days of Rain: A Reflection on the Limits of Physician Resilience

TW: suicide By January 1999, it rained, they say, for over 100 days in a row; Seattle has a reputation for precipitation, which I hav
Read More

I Felt Alone but I Wasn’t: Depression is Rampant Among Doctors in Training

TW: suicide The National Academy of Medicine Perspective, Breaking the Culture of Silence on Physician Suicide, brought together
Read More

Breaking the Culture of Silence on Physician Suicide

TW: suicide   Every year an estimated 400 U.S. physicians take their lives. Numerous global studies involving every medical and surgical specia
Read More

Creating a Continuous Learning Foundation for the Medical School of the Future

Is there a more fertile setting to instill and advance continuous learning than in our nation’s medical
Read More

Core Principles & Values of Effective Team-Based Health Care

This Discussion Paper, “Core Principles & Values of Effective Team-Based Health Care,” presents basic princi
Read More

Care Transformation at Emory Hospital

The Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) release of the reports To Err is Human and Crossing the Quality Chasm in 1999 and 2001, respectively, were ma
Read More