By: Karly Pippitt, MD, FAAFP 25 x 2030 – To match 25% of medical school graduates into family medicine by 2030; more than double the current rate. This is the ambitious goal of eight national and international family medicine organizations that are launching the America Needs More Family Doctors: 25×2030 Collaborative. The United States is … More 25 x 2030
By: Sara Walker, MD Dear Everyone, On Sunday, January 27, our residency family tragically lost one of our own, Dr. Sarah Hawley. We are still reeling from shock and devastation, as Sarah brightened the lives of everyone around her. I only met her last June during residency orientation but cannot fathom not having her in … More Dear Everyone
By: Briana Rueda, DO Physician burnout is a term that is thrown around all too often now in the world of medicine. In fact, I can’t seem to open an email or medical journal without being bombarded by articles on physician burnout. To be completely honest, I disagree with using the term “burnout.” To me, the … More It’s Not Burnout Revised
By: Katherine Fortenberry, PhD Previously published June 7, 2013, on the CFHA Blog I believe there’s no such thing as work-life balance. I think this every morning when I leave for work, watching my two-year-old son press his face against the front window and wave at me as I back down the driveway. It comes … More I Believe There’s No Such Thing as Work-Life Balance
By Jake Whetzel, MD Recently our residency program has wrapped up another interview season, meeting to review our applicants (and potential future friends and colleagues) to complete our rank list to submit for the Match in March. It is nearly impossible to meet and get to know each applicant as a resident due to … More How Did I Get Here?