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Dr. Ed Ellison, executive medical director and chairman of the board for the Southern California Permanente Medical Group, pulls back the curtain on one of medicine’s most critical issues: Doctors are suffering. On a quest to enlighten society to the value of recognizing the humanity of our physicians, Dr. Ellison gets real and goes to the heart of the matter, offering a solution to this acute issue.
Doctors in Distress: Saving the Lives of Those Who Save Lives | Dr. Ed Ellison | TEDxNaperville
Dr. Simonds, faculty for Neurosurgery at Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, dives into burnout in the clinical setting and its effects on physicians, staff and patients.
Gary Simonds, MD. How to Prevent Physician Burn Out. Carilion Clinic. 2019