Anesthesia Insights: Advice for Residents
“These Violent Delights Have Violent Ends”: Wellness During Medical Training
It's no secret that burnout is high during residency. Sleep deprivation, long work hours, financial burdens, etc. Read more about how to change the way you train to increase wellness and decrease burnout.
Physician Wellness: New Concepts to an Old Problem
Suicide is higher amongst physicians, particularly female physicians. Read more on prevalence and strategies for improvement.
Tips for New Doctors: Experienced Pros Share Their Advice for Success
Beginning your career as a doctor can be overwhelming with managing your workload, communicating with your patients, working with colleagues, and practicing self-care. Learn how to improve each of those aspects for success and improve your personal wellness along the way.
Burnout in Residency
Residency is well known to be a challenging time for physicians. For many residents and attending physicians, burnout is a consequence of our work; it doesn’t need to be.
7 Steps to Becoming a "Rock Star" Doc
Growing your practice, motivating staff and satisfying patients can be challenging. Learn how to become a "Rock Star Doc" with these tips.
Experts Share Their Advice for Dealing with Anxiety as a Physician
Anxiety can be troublesome to physicians, especially new physicians. Get advice on how to deal with work-related anxiety.
Physician, Heal Thyself: Combatting Burnout
Physicians' jobs can be all-consuming. Read some tips on how to help combat burnout and manage stress.
Anesthesia Professional Burnout—A Clear and Present Danger
Burnout is widespread amongst anesthesia professionals. Learn what contributes to it and how to mitigate it.
Q&A with Dr. Michelle Au, Author of This Won’t Hurt a Bit (And Other White Lies): My Education in Medicine and Motherhood
Dr. Michelle Au shares her experience and advice on residency and wellness in medicine. Read her Q&A to gain valuable insight.
Preventing Physician Burnout by Providing Support During Crisis
Those who work in clinical anesthesiology can endure trauma and undesirable outcomes. Learn more about preventing physician burnout and support.
The Well-Being page is intended to help to guide you, or your organization, to resources that promote health, wellness, and well being.
ASA Statement on Personal Leave
Anesthesiologists can face a variety of personal situations that would require a personal leave to maintain wellness. Read our statement on personal leaves.