Interview Clips with Speakers and Attendees

The result is this special collection 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.

Click on the speaker's names to access their contributions to the symposium and across the repository.

Keynote Speakers: Presenters:
    Attendees:
  • Shayna Ratner, third year medical student, Southwestern Medical School, Dallas
  • Susan Gaeta, MD, Internist and Affiliated Physician, MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Cameron Jeter, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Diagnostic and Biomedical Sciences, University of Texas Health Sciences School of Dentistry
  • Wayne Sotile, PhD, Founder, Sotile Center for Resilience
  • Kathryn Burk, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Erick Messias, MD, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, College of Medicine, University of Arkansas

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Conference Proceedings

A Personal Experience with Burnout, Thomas Bodenheimer MD and Tacey A. Rosolowski PhD

Building Blocks of High-Performance Primary Care, Thomas Bodenheimer MD and Tacey A. Rosolowski PhD

Building Primary Care Teams, Thomas Bodenheimer MD and Tacey A. Rosolowski PhD

Evaluating Teams, Building Positive Culture, Thomas Bodenheimer MD and Tacey A. Rosolowski PhD

Organizational Scenarios that Support Change, Thomas Bodenheimer MD and Tacey A. Rosolowski PhD

Setting Up Primary Care Teams: Crucial and Difficult, Thomas Bodenheimer MD and Tacey A. Rosolowski PhD

The Crisis in Primary Care, Thomas Bodenheimer MD and Tacey A. Rosolowski PhD

Challenges of Emergency Medicine in Oncology, Kathryn Burk MD

Community Protects Residents from Burnout, Kathryn Burk MD

Frustrations of a New Faculty Member, Kathryn Burk MD

Thoughts on Creating Community for Faculty, Kathryn Burk MD

Where to Commit: Work versus Family?, Kathryn Burk MD

A Manageable Schedule: Lingering Questions, Susan Gaeta MD

Burnout, Time Off, and Reflecting on Meaning, Susan Gaeta MD

Thoughts on Giving and Receiving Help, Susan Gaeta MD

Time Off to Reconnect with the World, Susan Gaeta MD

Action to Take, Wisdom to Keep in Mind, Cameron Jeter PhD

Deciding Not to Become a Physician, Cameron Jeter PhD

Lessons about Stress and Health, Cameron Jeter PhD

Maintaining Quality of Life Amid Stress, Cameron Jeter PhD

Stress for Young Faculty in the Basic Sciences, Cameron Jeter PhD

Burnout is a Corrosive Force in Healthcare, Darrell Kirch MD

Hope for the Future, Darrell Kirch MD

Organizational Culture in Academic Medicine, Darrell Kirch MD

Pay Attention to Culture, Leadership, Teams, Darrell Kirch MD

The Case for Diversity, Darrell Kirch MD

The Leaders that Healthcare Needs Today, Darrell Kirch MD

The Leaders that Healthcare Needs Today [Longer Version], Darrell Kirch MD

The UT System Can Serve as a Model, Darrell Kirch MD

Why Save Academic Medical Centers?, Darrell Kirch MD

Burnout is a Corrosive Force in Healthcare, Darrell G. Kirch MD

Pay Attention to Culture, Leadership, Teams, Darrell G. Kirch MD

Why Save Academic Medical Centers?, Darrell G. Kirch MD

Burnout: An Overview, Christina Maslach PhD

Engage Stakeholders for Successful Change, Christina Maslach PhD

Know Where You Are Headed, Christina Maslach PhD

Look at the Whole Organization and Collaborate, Christina Maslach PhD

Making the Case to Leadership, Christina Maslach PhD

Myths about Burnout, Christina Maslach PhD

One Individual Can Start the Process, Christina Maslach PhD

Six Factors that Contribute to Burnout, Christina Maslach PhD

The Organization-Individual Fit, Christina Maslach PhD

Responding to Tragedy with Action, Erick L. Messias MD

Tragedy Leads to Reevaluation, Erick L. Messias MD

A Student-Led Initiative to Address Burnout, Shayna Ratner

Burnout Starts Immediately in Medical School, Shayna Ratner

Resources, Actions that Medical Students Need, Shayna Ratner

A Culture of Wellness Prevents Burnout, Tait D. Shanafelt

Burnout Can Be a Group Experience, Tait D. Shanafelt

Find Meaning in Work to Alleviate Burnout, Tait D. Shanafelt MD

Leaders See Value in Addressing Burnout, Tait D. Shanafelt

Organizational Changes that Address Burnout, Tait D. Shanafelt

Organizations Play a Part in Creating Burnout, Tait D. Shanafelt MD

The Culture of Medicine Contributes to Burnout, Tait D. Shanafelt MD

The Future: Reasons for Optimism, Tait D. Shanafelt MD

The Importance of Developing Physician Leaders, Tait D. Shanafelt

Are Institutions Ready to Address Burnout?, Christine Sinsky MD

Practical Steps and Resources, Christine Sinsky MD

Shared Accountability is Essential for Change, Christine Sinsky MD

Strategies Must be Practical and Local, Christine Sinsky MD

The Importance of Community, Christine Sinsky MD

The Importance of Leadership, Christine Sinsky MD

A Focus on Generalist Practitioners, Lucia S. Sommers

Beginnings: A Program for Clinicians Dealing with Clinical Uncertainty, Lucia S. Sommers

Generalists on the Front Lines, Lucia S. Sommers

Lessons Learned and Addressing Burnout, Lucia S. Sommers

Building Connection Builds Resilience, Wayne M. Sotile PhD

Loneliness and Fear, Wayne M. Sotile PhD

Resilience in "Concentric Circles", Wayne M. Sotile PhD

Strategies for Building Resilience, Wayne M. Sotile PhD

A Focus on Community to Impact Health and Cost, William M. Tierney MD

An Experiment with an Innovative Healthcare Model, William M. Tierney MD

How We Pay for Healthcare is the Problem, William M. Tierney MD