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The Loneliness Factor: Building Clinician Community

The more we listen to our clinician colleagues around the country, the more we’re hearing how...

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How Well 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

Our purpose as a clinician community is clear and present in every member story — a common...

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Unexpected Rewards

Because of our members, The Clinician Experience Project community has taken on a life of its...

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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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A Vocation or a Job?

Q: Recently, I heard a physician speaker claim that the reason he wasn’t burned out was because...

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Connections That Combat Burnout

Q: I recently took over as Chief Medical Officer. One of my priorities will be to address the...

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Tune In to What Matters Most

For Ed Paul, MD, practicing and teaching medicine isn’t a job. It’s not even a career — it is a...

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Burnout. Getting Better or Worse?

Q: An article circulating around our clinic on the subject of physician burnout and well-being...

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