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  • Domains of professional fulfillment for pediatric hospital medicine: A concept mapping study

    • Oct 26, 2023
    • Journal of Hospital Medicine

    We know little about how pediatric hospital medicine (PHM) physicians conceptualize their professional fulfillment (PF). Learn more about a study conducted to determine how PHM physicians conceptualize PF.

  • PCP Shortage Affects Hospitalists; What are the Options?

    • Oct 5, 2023
    • Ruth Jessen Hickman, MD

    With worsening doctor shortages expected in many areas of medicine, including hospital medicine, the expected shortfall in primary care doctors is particularly sobering.

  • Leadership & professional development: Moving on

    • Aug 10, 2023
    • Michael T. Vossmeyer MD

    It can be natural to feel a sense of diminishing self-worth as a career winds down and it is important to implement strategies to counteract such feelings.

  • Becoming a Well-being Advocate

    • Jul 12, 2023
    • Swati Mehta, MD, FACP, CPXP, SFHM; Anna Zachwieja, MHA

    This article discusses the impacts of Covid-19 on Hospitalists and ways we can support first hand.

  • Mental Health for Hospitalists

    Reducing Mental Health Care Barriers for Hospitalists

    • Jul 5, 2023
    • John Gaskill, DO, Richard M. Wardrop III, MD, PhD, FAAP, FACP, FHM, Joshua Allen-Dicker, MD, MPH, SFHM and Eileen Barrett, MD, MPH

    Through education, policy making, and organizational advocacy, hospitalists can help increase access to mental health for physicians.

  • Healthcare workers

    How Hospitals are Tackling Violence

    • Apr 12, 2023
    • Karen Appold

    Even before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, health care workers suffered more workplace injuries as a result of violence than any other profession, with approximately 654,000 harmed annually, according to American Hospital Association studies.

  • ikigai

    Using Ikigai to Find Your “Something” as a Hospitalist

    • Feb 15, 2023
    • Sanjay A. Patel, Jilian Sansbury, Rashmi P. Ganith, Ryan Nelson

    By asking ourselves and reflecting on four key questions, we can use our answers to find the joy, meaning, purpose, and fulfillment we seek.

  • doctor burnout

    What Happens When Leaders Burnout? Nine Ways to Counter Leadership Burnout

    • Jan 25, 2023
    • Vineet Arora, Barbara Overholser, Nancy D. Spector

    The good news is that there are tangible and effective ways to address leadership burnout.

  • sustainability

    Hospitalists Join in Sustainability Efforts

    • Jan 4, 2023
    • Larry Beresford

    A growing number of hospitals and their hospitalists are seeking ways to contribute to the conversation about sustainability and environmental stewardship for their facilities and the larger world.

  • hospital scrubs

    Scrubs or No Scrubs?

    • Dec 21, 2022
    • Ashley Trotter, James Kim

    It’s a question more and more physicians are asking–scrubs or no scrubs?

  • nurse with books

    Books for the Hospitalist’s Soul

    • Nov 23, 2022
    • Ryan E. Nelson, Staci J. Saunders, Emma L. Scott, Alan M. Hall

    Complementary to mentorship and experiential learning, select professional-development books can help early-career hospitalists acquire the necessary skills to fulfill their myriad responsibilities.

  • burnout

    The Blueprint for Overcoming Burnout Exists

    • Nov 2, 2022
    • Khaalisha Ajala

    As a hospitalist, I witnessed how this phenomenon was exacerbated by a global pandemic, which placed a collective strain on our health system and its workers.

  • workforce goals

    Rethinking Hospitalist Work: Reimagining Workforce Goals

    • Oct 5, 2022
    • Joanna M. Bonsall

    The speakers at this Converge session focused on the inadequacies of current measures of hospitalist workload and how these inadequacies can lead to worsened outcomes. They then proposed a new model for assessing workload that could be used for staffing strategies.

  • female exercising

    How Principles of High-Intensity Interval Training Can Boost Your Career Productivity

    • Aug 3, 2022
    • Nila S. Radhakrishnan, Dan Griffin

    HIIT has become very popular in exercise and training environments because it allows you to accomplish a lot of work in a short amount of time.

  • hospitalist on letter tiles

    #HowWeHospitalist: A Glimpse into Six Lives

    • Jun 8, 2022

    They’ve been called heroes and godsends and walked out of work to applause from passersby. That respect and admiration was a balm to overworked hospitalists.

  • nurse using a digital notepad

    Inside an Oregon Hospital, Here's What it Takes to Provide Care Through the Chaos

    • Mar 9, 2022
    • Amelia Templeton

    If you picture the health system as a line of dominoes, emergency medicine is at one end.

  • Diverse team of medical staff

    Strengthening Team Culture With the 6H Model

    • Nov 26, 2021
    • Swati Mehta, MD, FACP, CPXP

    As a healthcare leader, the tasks before you are tremendous. Think of yourself as a captain sailing your ship through murky waters. Each day of the journey, you must motivate your crew.

  • SHM Converge 2022

    SHM Converge April 7-10, 2022

    • Nov 26, 2021

    SHM Converge 2022 offers world-class education for hospitalists, led by award-winning faculty.

  • Doctor in scrubs with digital tablet and clipboard

    Reflections on 10 Years of Hospitalist Productivity

    • Nov 26, 2021
    • Thomas W. Frederickson, MD, FACP, SFHM

    Successful programs will recruit lifelong learners.

  • 2020 State of Hospital Medicine Report

    2020 State of Hospital Medicine (SOHM) Report: A Preview

    • Nov 26, 2021

    The State of Hospital Medicine (SoHM) Report defines industry standards and is the most comprehensive resource on hospital medicine group configuration and operation.