Articles You Should Be Reading Over the Holidays
It’s that time of year. Your in-laws have taken over your house and you’re looking for an escape, or you’re traipsing through a crowded airport full of grumpy travelers. To provide you with a useful distraction, we’ve compiled a list of light holiday reading to bring you up to speed on some of the current hot topics in medicine.
If you’re utterly baffled by millennial doctors:
Here’s a thorough article on what to expect when you’re dealing with millennial physicians and why they are the way they are.
And here’s the millennial perspective:
If you want to improve your ACGME survey results:
Your strategy should be to take time to prepare everyone for the survey without trying to sway them. Here’s how to do that:
If you need strategies to help ease the transitions medical students face:
The difficult and stressful transitions from undergraduate to graduate and graduate to practicing physician have received a lot of attention in the news as of late. Some ideas from various experts on how to make these smoother:
If you or your physicians are feeling burned out:
A story on how Mission Health in Asheville, NC increased physician engagement from 17.5% to 40% in a year and a half:
If you or your physicians are frustrated by the MOC requirements:
There may be some hope on the horizon:
If you’re struggling to keep up with an ever-growing list of administrative tasks:
Shameless plug here, but I couldn’t find any useful articles with tips specifically for doctors, so I wrote my own: