Yes, another citation. This one is worth your time though.
There simply is too much here to summarize, and besides, by the time I was done , you would have finished the paper anyway.
It is a study of national HM groups, surveying all the key variables on which we always inquire–shifts, responsibility, encounters, etc. I had many key takeaways, not the least of which is time involved with night work, administration, teaching, ICU–all varied by geography and employer.
Here is one table to gander:
Always exciting to see new data, although how about next time, a question on Apple versus Android? Yeah, we really want to know.
“You can teach a canary in a coal mine to meditate, but it is still going to die.” I have seen this canary sentiment as a metaphor for health care and burnout pop up a few times on Twitter recently, attributed to a couple different thoughtful doctors, including Dr. Jenny Ramsey (at Hospital Medicine 2018), […]
I’m so excited that it’s (finally!) almost time for SHM’s annual conference! Last year I missed HM17 – for the first time in a dozen years – due to a death in the family, so I’ve been experiencing “annual conference withdrawal syndrome” for a long time now. There’s no cure for that, other than a […]
The sudden resignation of White House staff secretary Rob Porter got me to thinking. Let me say up front this post isn’t about politics. And by the time it gets uploaded, our national ten-minute news cycle will probably have moved on to some other world crisis or titillating disclosure and people will be saying, “Rob […]