Cleveland Clinic’s Executive Director of Workplace Wellness Regina Chandler describes in this Q&A how the health system turns the promotion of well-being and effective management of stress into tangible, achievable goals that save costs.
You may feel that you are suffering alone. But you aren’t. Dr. Michael Parker shares his experience with physician burnout and offers tips for coping.
Maternal-fetal medicine specialist Uma Perni, MD, says that when her children were young, she quickly learned she could not care for them if she did not care for herself.
In recent surveys, Ob/Gyn and women’s health specialists rank second or third highest for rate of burnout. Plus females have more burnout symptoms — and lower happiness-at-work scores — than males. What can be done?
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Dr. Toby Cosgrove, along with ten other healthcare CEOs, recently published a call to action for healthcare leaders to address physician burnout as a public health crisis.