emotional intelligence; professional burnout; physician performance; internship and residency; medical faculty; physicians/psychology; SARS-CoV-2
Bioethics and Medical Ethics | Interprofessional Education | Medical Education | Medical Humanities
Today’s physicians are being confronted with an increasing number of challenges and opportunities as our evolving healthcare system progresses into the future. The expectation is not only to provide the best clinical care, but also to satisfy metrics, fulfill budgets, achieve high patient satisfaction levels and accomplish institutional requirements in order to be considered good providers. All these additional demands seem to be affecting not only the clinical performance of physicians but also their wellness, increasing the risk of burnout, depression and suicide.
Lisigurski, Miriam Zylgerblait; Shaikh, Umair; and Toston, Brian
"Physicians’ Emotional Intelligence: Improving Performance While Reducing Burnout,"
HCA Healthcare Journal of Medicine: Vol. 2:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarlycommons.hcahealthcare.com/hcahealthcarejournal/vol2/iss1/4