Most clinicians I talk with say the most gratifying part of their work is treating patients. No matter how frustrated they are navigating the changes in healthcare, or dealing with increased administrative tasks, most still love the time they spend with patients. And their commitment to patient care and safety is palpable.
You became a physician because you wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. You care deeply about others and help your patients improve their health and well being. National Doctor’s Day is on March 30th – so on this day, it means we are celebrating YOU. National Doctor’s Day was established to recognize physicians, [...]
We are excited to announce our first article in a new VITAL WorkLife series addressing physician well being and solutions at multiple levels, from individual self-care to organizational strategy changes. In our first article, Physician Burnout: Balancing Caregiving and Self-Care, you will learn how physician well being [...]
When you make a list of people who need your attention today, who's at the top of your list? Is it your boss? Your spouse or partner? Your kids? Your clients? Your co-workers? Your parents? If you're under a great deal of stress, chances are that you don't even make it onto your own list—much less to the top. Over time, a [...]