Thirty proposals were selected for their ability to enhance the resident/fellow-patient connection, and foster joy and meaning in work. A total of $130,000 at different funding levels will be awarded, renewable up to two years.
This Psychiatric News article outlines how the American Psychiatric Association, the ACGME, and others can work to create nurturing environments for medical students and trainees.
This article from Stat News discusses how the medical education community is working to prevent physician burnout and suicide.
This article in Academic Medicine systematically studies the number of US resident deaths from all causes, including suicide betwee 2000 and 2014.
U.S. News and World Report writes about the National Academy of Medicine's open meeting gathering ideas how to combat burnout among health workers.
This article reports on the second year of the FIRST Trial that compares effects of standard clinical work and education hours or more flexible work hour policies on residents.
This ACGME and National Academy of Medicine partnership will hold its first public meeting July 14 to explore approaches to promoting physician well-being and highlight current research.
This Chicago Tribune feature highlights the problem of physician burnout and suicide and discusses what the medical community is doing to address it.