February 27th 2024
Explore 2 examples of psychiatrists as chief wellness officers.
February 26th 2024
Would a psychiatrist Chief Wellness Officer evoke assumptions that burnout was like a psychiatric disorder?
January 31st 2024
An expert discusses the common causes of burnout, as well as what both organizations and clinicians can do to support clinician well-being.
Here’s a look back at selections from our January content series on clinician wellness.
January 27th 2024
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the January 2024 issue of Psychiatric Times.
Emotional Intelligence for Mitigating Burnout and Enhancing Well-Being
A "global human energy crisis" is coming. How can emotional intelligence help us navigate it?
Clinician Wellness Research Roundup: January 26, 2024
What is new in research on clinician wellness?
Are You Still Feeling Burned Out?
The latest report on physician burnout is here...
The Week in Review: January 15-19
From clinician wellness to THC use in adolescents, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Clinician Wellness in Psychiatric Times
Take a look back at our recent coverage relating to our January content theme.
The Lunch Hour
Here is a glimpse into the understated yet basic importance of taking a lunch break as a way of recharging during the workday.
The Week in Review: January 8-12
From substance use disorders in physicians to new research on the efficacy of MDMA-assisted therapy for PTSD, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Presenting Our January Theme: Clinician Wellness
Write to us now to be part of our series focused on clinician wellness this month.
Wellness in Physician Colleagues References
Burning Man and Burners in a Time of Burning Out and Burning Up
What have you heard about this year's Burning Man?
A Focus on Burnout Prevention
In honor of Labor Day 2023, here are some recent expert discussions on burnout prevention as seen in Psychiatric Times®.
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: August 2023
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the August 2023 issue of Psychiatric Times.
The Week in Review: August 14-18
From the brain-gut connection to neurocognitive and neuropsychiatric symptoms of long COVID, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Burnout the Musical
One doctor addresses burnout through song.
The Burnout Challenge: Managing People’s Relationships with Their Jobs
Are we burning out about burnout?
Addressing Burnout in NPs: The Need for Peer Networking, Professional Development, and Support
How can we help to reduce the risk of burnout among nurse practitioners in psychiatry?
When faced with struggles, stress, and burnout, sometimes the best medicine is simply letting go...
How Do You Prevent Burnout?
Share your go-to methods for maintaining your mental health in our Wellbeing Checkup video series.
The Week in Review: February 27-March 3
From the normalization of burnout to the identification of sleep-wake disturbances post-TBI, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
The Week in Review: January 30-February 3
From addressing physician burnout to helping your patients incorporate friendships into their lives, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Burning Out About Physician Burnout
“Anyone who cares about patients is doomed to burnout.”
AMA President Addresses the State of Medicine
“We didn’t pick this political fight, but we will stand up for our patients, for the policies of this House, and for our profession.”
The Emotional Baggage Follow Up Series: Strike a Match to Our Burnout
Burnout has only worsened over the pandemic… but how much worse?
Sorro Encounters Some of the Scariest Topics in the House of Psychiatry
What are the scariest themes from a 50-year career in psychiatry?
Another Burnout Myth: Isolation Causes Burnout
Burnout: likely not a result of isolation, despite claims.
A Self-Disclosure on a Mental Health Riddle: Take and Give More Mental Health!
How can putting the needs of oneself first end up putting the other first?
A Burnout Myth: Too Many Work Hours Cause Burnout
The 18 hours a day, 7 days a week doctor lifestyle is over. But it’s not the cause of the burnout epidemic…
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: September 2022
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the September 2022 issue of Psychiatric Times.
Burnout and Its Remedies
The sources of chronic stress and inflammation need to change, which means the toxic work setting needs to change.
8 Tips for Psychiatrists to Prevent Burnout
What can we do to improve self-compassion and empathy as mental and behavioral health providers?
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