Five Ways for Physician Leaders to Avoid Burnout 2/06/17

5 strategies to tame stress, avoid burnout in leadership role

Monday, February 06, 2017 by Troy Parks


“(T)he stressors that come with those administrative roles are very different from those that a practicing physician might experience…The transition from a clinical environment to an executive-level administrative environment generates unique pressures and challenges for physician leaders that nonphysician leaders may not experience…

Five strategies for coping with stress…

Emotional self-awareness: Understand and be aware of your emotions, skills and abilities…

Emotional self-management: Manage your emotions and behaviors…

Empathy: Actively listen and seek to understand others…

Teamwork: Stay connected to others…

Conflict management: Acknowledge and manage conflict…”


Read more: https://wire.ama-assn.org/life-career/5-strategies-tame-stress-avoid-burnout-leadership-role


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