Medical students and resident physicians are particularly vulnerable to moral distress, given the hierarchical nature of their training.
Survey suggests discrimination is common. Better policies, a more supportive culture and professional mentors are needed, physician mothers argue.
Delegates address how medical licensing boards handle physicians who have sought behavioral health treatment.
The AMA House of Delegates takes action to produce a workforce that is more representative of the U.S. population.
After a six-year hiatus, first-year residents will again contend with longer shifts. How to cope? Seasoned residents offer perspectives and advice.