Cover-(1).jpgNovember/December 2016


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Table of Contents


ON THE COVER

Eight big (and 14 small) ideas for building resiliency
How to tend to the well-being of a medical staff
BY CARMEN PEOTA
 

PERSPECTIVE

Laying down my stethoscope
A family doctor ruminates on physician burnout and dreams of a health care revolution.
BY ANNE LIPPIN, MD

Remembering for my father
A son recalls duck hunting with his father and brother—and understands why no one cared
whether they brought home fowl.
BY JOHN W. WILSON, MD
 

CLINICAL and HEALTH AFFAIRS

The Psychiatric Assistance Line: Six-Month Follow-up on Consultations to Primary Care
BY TODD ARCHBOLD, LSW, MBA

Sulfide Mining and Human Health in Minnesota
BY EMILY ONELLO, MD, DEB ALLERT, MD, STEVE BAUER, MD, JOHN IPSEN, MD, PHD, MARGARET SARACINO, MD, KRIS WEGERSON, MD, DOUGLAS WENDLAND, MD, MPH, AND JENNIFER PEARSON, MD


EDITOR'S NOTE

Rekindling the fire
Listen to the voices of doctors who have lost it or are losing it. They all bemoan the loss of connection with
patients.
BY CHARLES R. MEYER, M.D.


LETTERS

Dietary guidelines and meat


SHORT TAKES


THE PHYSICIAN ADVOCATE


COMMENTARY

Why all the angst?
To avoid burnout and ensure resiliency, we need to reframe our view of competition.
BY DAVID A. ROTHENBERGER, MD

Not what we signed up for
Leaders need to understand what’s driving physician burnout in order to address and prevent it.
BY LAURIE C. DRILL-MELLUM, MD, MPH


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