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The AAMC collaborates with its member medical schools and teaching hospitals to shape the future of health care and improve the health of all.
From long-time professionals to students, burnout is likely to strike medical professionals during their careers. Learn more about how to overcome it.
This report presents data from two recent surveys of health care professionals highlighting common elements of wellness programming.
The AAMC has joined the White House Joining Forces staff and the Center for Deployment Psychology at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences to hos
High suicide rates among physicians and medical students have teaching hospitals focused on cultivating an environment that supports mental health.
Medical schools and teaching hospitals are closely monitoring duty hours, educating learners on sleep hygiene, and even building sleep pods to fight fatigue.
The health care community is trying to tend to its own. Newly appointed chief wellness officers are helping make physician well-being a priority.
A physician sounds the alarm on mental illness and his own escape from the depths of despair.
As research innovators, academic medical centers are well-positioned to develop new ways to address health care provider burnout, depression, and suicide.
Self-care can go a long way in helping physicians and other health providers prevent and overcome compassion fatigue.