In a survey of 3,116 U.S. physicians, 36.4%, 17.4%, and 5.8% reported moderate, frequent, and intense impostor phenomenon, which was associated with increased burnout and suicidal ideation and less professional fulfillment.
20 Sep 2022
The candidate who is elected will begin his or her term as Chair-elect at the conclusion of Internal Medicine Meeting 2023 and will take office as Chair in April 2024.
1 Sep 2022
In a collaborative effort with ACP and other medical organizations, the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine calls on individuals, residency programs, health care organizations, and national groups to help spread awareness about the issue of physician suicide.
13 Sep 2022
Resources include easily accessible peer support through the Physician Support Line and confidential counseling through The Emotional PPE Project and The Therapy Aid Coalition.
16 Mar 2021
This issue also covers gender equity in medicine, COVID-19 vaccination, and sleep in the elderly, among other topics.
1 Jan 2021
The authors define team-based health care as the promotion of health services to individuals, families, and/or their communities by at least two health professionals working collaboratively with patients and caregivers to achieve coordinated, high-quality care.
18 Sep 2018
Three steps can help.
1 Jun 2022
Philip A. Masters, MD, FACP, continues his monthly column on KevinMD with posts about avoiding burnout and using patient medical histories in making diagnoses.
8 May 2018
The goals of the Physician Well-being and Professional Satisfaction Initiative include creating a culture of wellness and enhancing well-being, among others.
9 Jan 2018
This year's Forum focused on “Global Experiences and Initiatives to Promote Physician Well-Being,” including globally shared challenges of technology, complexity, and burnout that could have similar solutions.
1 Oct 2019