American Association for Physician Leadership

Practical Tools for Physician Self-Care


With upwards of 50% of physicians suffering from burnout, having knowledge of the research and theory behind this destructive force may be key to combatting these problems once and for all. This course will discuss the theory and research behind burnout and the psychological and physical impacts it can have, both among physicians and in the healthcare system as a whole. Through text, videos, and interactive moments, the course will also discuss assessments commonly used in the industry to measure burnout. Lastly, in taking this course, you will learn practical insights into seeking help, asking for time off, and finding time for things you love in order to provide a more in-depth understanding of what burnout is and how you can defeat it.

Key Dates

Access to Course Expires:

365 days from purchase date of course.

Accreditation & Disclosures
Cancellation Policy

For over 45 years.

The American Association for Physician Leadership has helped physicians develop their leadership skills through education, career development, thought leadership and community building.

The American Association for Physician Leadership (AAPL) changed its name from the American College of Physician Executives (ACPE) in 2014. We may have changed our name, but we are the same organization that has been serving physician leaders since 1975.


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PO Box 96503 I BMB 97493
Washington, DC 20090-6503

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PO Box 745725
Atlanta, GA 30374-5725
(800) 562-8088
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AAPL providers leadership development programs designed to retain valuable team members and improve patient outcomes.

American Association for Physician Leadership®

formerly known as the American College of Physician Executives (ACPE)