Volume 6, Issue 5
We must be experts in mentoring, advising, influencing, and managing the next generation of our physician leader colleagues throughout their career journeys.
Resilience is a vital first line of defense against physician burnout and the challenges of the profession — yet it also might be a factor that inadvertently pushes physicians beyond their physical and emotional limits.
The healthcare workforce requires devotion to its own wellness. Paying attention to new developments in the science of medicine, as well as those peripheral to the core of medical research, can challenge physicians in many ways. Getting back to natur...
Physician disengagement has not garnered widespread attention. One collaborative model focuses on communication and relationship building to improve provider engagement.
Education and targeted mentoring are beneficial strategies for helping people recognize and become open to their need to change.
The chief medical officer position is instrumental in the success of a healthcare system. Find out how new and veteran CMOs view their positions, including their successes and their challenges.
Although research supports the benefits of leadership training for physicians, the opportunities for such training remain sparse. Leaders in GME should recognize the value of leadership education.
No longer exclusive to academia, many organizations have established policies and options to allow leaders the gift of time away to rest, rejuvenate, and ultimately re-engage in more meaningful ways.
A four-hour continuing education course that taught core skills of multidisciplinary team leadership to psychiatrists improved participants’ ability to effect change in their clinical environment.
The environment in the executive suite is very different from that in the medical office. Physician leaders may benefit from several strategies for navigating into and through this unfamiliar territory.
Coordination of care is easier when the healthcare providers are committed to working and growing as a team.