To think that a department can continue to keep the stars without acknowledging and supporting the departmental dark matter is fallacy.
As radiologists devise strategies for burnout mitigation, time and adequate focus should be allotted to patient-centered communication.
It all starts with identifying pain points, and then getting leadership to listen and be willing to change.
Radiologists work very hard to become credentialed and take care of patients, so they should not be marginalized into feeling like cogs in a wheel.
Jessica T. Wen, MD, PhD on 加油 (jiāyóu) and triangulation theory.
David Naeger, MD provides tips on what it takes to be a successful radiology educator.
“Our training culture has classically praised the individual who finds more of themselves to give, without reprieve or compensation. The internalization of this culture manifests as a loss of self-worth.”
“I strive to further physician wellness, which has globally taken a hit in recent years. The implications are far-reaching, with direct effect on patient care and health care outcomes.”
Jay Parikh, MD discusses how connections can improve team health and foster innovation.
Nadja Kadom, MD on how to align professional and personal goals so one is not taking away from the other.