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Get a better understanding of physician burnout and how it can be prevented with these educational activities. Gain insights on how you can redesign your practice to reduce stress and promote well-being. Learn now and receive Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits.
Physician burnout can have a significant impact on organizational productivity, morale, costs, and the quality of care you deliver. Learn how to promote physician wellness reduce stress and identify other ways you can support professional well-being.
This self-paced CME course was created with physicians in mind and is relevant for both U.S. and worldwide practitioners, medical students, residents and other medical staff professionals who are responsible for or participate in the administration of a medical practice.
Get started today and expand your understanding on ways to reduce sources of stress and identify methods to support professional well-being in your practice.
Topics you will learn about as a part of this online CME course include:
The Physician Burnout and Wellness CME is a self-paced online course designed for medical professionals who would benefit from further education on improving physician wellness and reducing stress in their practice, including those who specialize in anesthesiology, critical care medicine, emergency medicine, family medicine, internal medicine and more. Physicians can earn up to 11.5 CME credits.
For over 170 years, the AMA has worked to advance the betterment of medicine of public health. In order to provide physicians and other medical professionals with current and informative education, our CME about burnout and physician wellness features education from a variety of trusted sources and journals, including the JAMA Network™, JAMA Surgery, American College of Radiology and AMA STEPS Forward™.
Interested in accreditation details? You can find accreditation information for each activity of this online CME at the bottom of their corresponding quiz pages.
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