HM2017 Abstract Number: 63

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING: A NEW LOOK WITHIN HOSPITAL MEDICINE

Background: One key factor cited in physician burnout discussion is the rigid block scheduling that has become ubiquitous for Hospital Medicine. For years, nursing has allowed self-scheduling to improve work life balance and abate burnout [...]

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HM2017 Abstract Number: 58

PRESERVING THE RIGHT TO VOTE IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH

Background: In the 2016 United States general election, only 58.6% of eligible voters cast ballots. Particularly among poor and elderly voters, poor health impedes electoral participation: nearly 42% of eligible voters over 65 years and [...]

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HM2017 Abstract Number: 53

THE HANGRY HANGRY HOSPITALIST: PROTOTYPING ACCESSIBLE NUTRITION AS A RESILIENCE STRATEGY

Background: Hospitalists experience high rates of burnout.  Little is understood about the best way to address hospitalist well-being and resilience in the workplace.  User-centered interviews at our institution identified inadequate access to nutritious food as [...]

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