A Landmark Symposium addresses an epidemic: In response to the steadily rising rates of physician burnout in academic medicine and healthcare in general, the University of Texas System brought together thought leaders to discuss the most current perspectives on the causes of this crisis and its solutions. Far from a purely individual experience, clinician exhaustion and disengagement has an impact on patients, students, and healthcare delivery systems. Symposium presenters located the drivers of burnout in healthcare systems and focused on solutions that require new forms of leadership, creative workflow processes, and organizational change. The symposium was initiated by the Health Affairs Committee of UT System’s Faculty Advisory Council. It was held on September 25-26, 2017, at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. For additional information on the Symposium and a welcome presentation, see tabs to the right. A lasting resource on burnout: Videos, Symposium presentations, UT System resources. The Symposium brought together the most important researchers driving the conversation about burnout with attendees who are deeply commitment to alleviating this crisis. To capture this rich knowledge base Symposium organizers called on Heritage Services at MD Anderson’s Research Medical Library, to conduct personal interviews with presenters and participants. The result is this special collection of 14 video interviews and over 70 short clips on topics that are key to understanding and addressing the many facets of burnout. The videos are designed to inform, stimulate discussion, jumpstart brainstorming, and inspire personal reflection.