Addressing Patient Bias Toward Health Care Workers: Recommendations for Medical Centers
By Kimani Paul-Emile, JD, PhD; Jeffrey M. Critchfield, MD; Margaret Wheeler, MS, MD; Shalila de Bourmont, BS; and Alicia Fernandez, MD
This article offers guidance to organizations on devising effective policies that meet the needs of medical centers, patients, and health care workers across services and roles, including physicians, nurses, and trainees.
ACP Well-being and Emotional Support Resources Praised in “Success Stories” Article
The Physicians Foundation's National Physician Suicide Awareness Day campaign website featured ACP's collection of well-being and emotional support resources for internal medicine physicians.
NAM Change Makers Drive Campaign for Health Workforce Well-being
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As a founding and sponsoring member, the American College of Physicians is proud to join the NAM Change Maker Campaign, alongside 190 other organizations that are committed to this important health workforce well-being movement. You can sign up to become a Change Maker today too: nam.edu/ChangeMaker #HealthWorkerWellBeing
As a founding & sponsoring member, ACP is proud to join the @theNAMedicine Change Maker Campaign, alongside 190 other organizations that are committed to this important health workforce well-being movement. Become a Change Maker: nam.edu/ChangeMaker #HealthWorkerWellBeing
Tackling Burnout as an Occupational Phenomenon
By Eileen D. Barrett, MD, MPH, MACP
Workplace problems need workplace solutions, rather than the frequent, well-intended, and misguided workplace programming that tries to emphasize making already resilient physicians tougher.