The new policy aims to identify patterns and target help for doctors and medical students experiencing distress.
Neurologists are experiencing high levels of burnout. Here is what the American Academy of Neurology is doing to mitigate burnout among neurologists.
Studies show nearly 50 percent of medical students experience burnout. Take time to learn the key signs of “student distress,” so you can boost well-being during medical school.
Nonclinical concerns such as work-life balance swamp on-the-job issues. Learn more about the challenges of medical residency.
Autonomy, deeper patient relationships among the reasons physicians at small offices may report less burnout.