Mouse Clicking In An EMR

“The sound of medicine is not the click of a mouse. It is the human voice. Let’s bring it back.” Phrased so eloquently by Doctors John Levinson, Bruce H. Price and Vikas Saini in their article on the cumbersome aspects … Read More

Lessons From The Longest Study Ever On Happiness

    Robert Waldinger is the current Director of the Harvard study of adult development, spanning an impressive 75 years.  It tracked 724 men asking about their work, home life, and satisfaction.  The study began in 1938 with sophomores attending … Read More

Physician Burnout

Physician burnout is closely linked with stress, depression, and fear.  Many physicians are hesitant to get help as licenses can be denied due to substance abuse or depression.  There is a culture within the medical profession of pushing yourself to … Read More

5 Stresses Physicians Handle Daily

  When people think of physicians, they often jump to the prestige of the position and fail to consider the many stressful aspects of being a physician.  These are the top 5 stresses physicians handle on a daily basis, according … Read More