Internet Resources for Physician Wellness
Please follow these links to find additional resources and ideas for self-assessment, conferences, research, and other wellness projects.
Websites for Everyone:
- National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience
- Institute for Healthcare Improvement offers information on turning burnout to engagement and finding joy in practice
- Stanford School of Medicine website to promote physician health and resiliency. Many self-assessments available.
- Science-based insights for a more meaningful life
Podcasts for Finding Meaning in Medicine:
- Fascinating clinical stories
- The Doctor Paradox is a podcast series addressing “why despite having incredibly meaningful jobs, doctors are increasingly unhappy in their work”
- Narrative Medicine Rounds from Columbia University
- Inspiring discussions about the "big questions in life"
- TED Talks
Information Targeted to Medical Students:
- New England Journal of Medicine Resident 360 is a website to discover resources and insights to help you survive your training years
- The Undifferentiated Medical Student - Podcasts by medical students for medical students to learn about different medical specialties
- AMA resources for resident and student health
- Wellness Programs at Other Schools of Medicine
Information Targeted to Residents and Fellows:
- New England Journal of Medicine Resident 360 is a website to discover resources and insights to help you survive your training years.
- Bibliography of recent articles on GME wellness published at the Journal of GME
- AMA resources for resident and student health.
- Examples of Residency Wellness Programs from Across the Country.
Information Targeted to Physicians in Practice/Faculty:
- AMA has 7 modules on professional satisfaction and fulfillment.
- The American College of Physicians (ACP) is committed to improving professional satisfaction and well-being.
- ACP has an initiative specifically addressing physician clerical burden.
- 2018 call to action from the Massachusetts Medical Society, Harvard School of Public Health, and Harvard's Global Health Institute
- National Academy of Medicine - Taking Action Against Clinician Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being