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Stories and Insights from Our Community

The Patient Experience: Must It Be This Hard?

Q: As our group’s Medical Director, I am constantly having to talk with colleagues about patient...

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Eliminating Conversation Clutter

Q: We’re a busy internal medicine group. Some of our physicians see far fewer patients and it’s...

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In The End

Join Richard C. Senelick, MD and other specialists as they share stories and techniques to help...

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Building Clinician Resiliency: A Conversation With Bryan Sexton, PhD

“Those with tenacity, dedication, and a strong sense of responsibility are subject to burnout.”...

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The Lonliness Factor: Building Clinican Community

“Lacking social connections carries an equivalent risk of smoking up to fifteen cigarettes per...

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How Are We Caring for Our Own?

One of our members said it best, "As physicians, we are used to being in the role of rescuer and...

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Leadership In The First Person

Successful leaders often talk about how the first person you should lead is yourself. But, what...

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Inspiration in Every Room

"I am struck with the gap in our knowledge and in our training for actually caring for patients” 

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Unexpected Rewards

“I like to remember something really positive that’s happened on a shift, even the smallest...

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The Nonadherent

Q: My colleagues and I agree that more patient education can improve adherence, but it’s really...

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