Uncertainty is a major feature of the COVID-19 crisis, said Kerri Palamara, MD, FACP, director of the Center for Physician Well-Being at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and physician ... In addition, this disease is especially challenging
This month's Q&A and Success Story are concerned with physician well-being.
ACP provided resources on telehealth and physician well-being, while cardiology groups advised patients to stay on angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors and angiotensin-receptor blockers. ... ACP's new offerings for physicians dealing with COVID-19
a physician or a resident or an educator,” said Deborah Grady, MD, MPH, a professor at the University of California, San Francisco. ... We need to empower people to speak out, not only on their own behalf, but when they see their colleagues being
Matthew DeCamp, MD, PhD, FACP, agreed. “In fact, the guiding principle, even in response to difficult comments, should be to focus on the well-being of the patient,” he said. ... Even if patients don't engage in obviously biased behaviors, repeated
The latest issue of ACP Hospitalist is now available. This month's main story focuses on physician well-being, with advice from hospitalists and other experts on taking care of yourself
This issue offers tips on physician wellness and infection control, as well as a focus on addiction in inpatients. ... I'm sure it wasn't easy. Recognizing that, this month's main story focuses on physician well-being.
Masters, MD, FACP, addressed the effects of the ongoing pandemic on the physician workforce, discussing the unimaginable stresses and emotional trauma that come with being a physician in a COVID-19 ... being. ACP's Physician Well-being and Professional
This month's Q&A and Success Story are concerned with physician well-being. ... The Q&A investigates the link between physician burnout and medical errors, while the Success Story describes a coaching program that provided support and guidance to medical
Wednesday's precourse “Battling Burnout Together: You Are Not Alone” included an explanation of psychological size, which includes both innate attributes (e.g., stature, age, race, ethnicity) and acquired attributes (name, title, reputation).