Doctors who take on time-consuming roles are allowed to save time for grocery-store trips, dry cleaning, meal deliveries and more.
Too often, residents accentuate the negative—some even suffer from imposter syndrome. Academic coaches can help them think through problems and devise fixes.
Time management, particularly when it comes to studying, is key. Setting a schedule, taking the right kind of break and working with your body’s clock are essential.
Low morale among physicians is not an individual failing, but the result of an organizational culture that doesn’t support well-being. Burnout expert Tait Shanafelt, MD, has some ideas on how to change that.
Medical students are not getting enough quality sleep, research says. Here is some expert advice on how to change that.