National Academy of Medicine

Poor Education Predicts Poor Health – A Challenge Unmet by American Medicine

  In his first address to Congress, George Washington urged their promotion of “Science and Literature” as the surest bas
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Burnout and Job and Career Satisfaction in the Physician Assistant Profession: A Review of the Literature

Abstract While much is known about the prevalence of burnout among physicians and nurses, little
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The Role of Health Care Profession Accreditors in Promoting Health and Well-Being across the Learning Continuum

ABSTRACT: As health care professionals strive to address the nation’s physical and mental
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Implementing Optimal Team-Based Care to Reduce Clinician Burnout

Introduction Team-based health care has been linked to improved patient outcomes and may also be a means to improve clinician well-being
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Nursing, Trauma, and Reflective Writing

  The young nurse returned to room seven. Finishing up her charting just a moment earlier, she glanced at her watch and knew she couldn’t postpone going into
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Core Competencies in One Health Education: What Are We Missing?

  Introduction Today’s public health challenges are complex and crosscutting. Antimicrobial resistance, pollution, food security, bios
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