Volume 10, Issue 4
Workplace gender bias typically takes one of two forms. Descriptive bias or prescriptive bias. Recognizing these biases can do much to overcome them in today’s workplace.
Ageism and age discrimination — stereotyping, prejudice, or discrimination against older adults — are evident in all manner of workplaces, including healthcare.
How can we better understand our grief as physicians, and how might we convert anguish to an improved receptivity and sense for opportunity and growth?
The most effective leaders understand their own styles and recognize the styles of others. They also know when to flex to another style to get the results they desire for their colleagues, patients, teams, and organizations.
Our personal and professional satisfaction and fulfillment hinge on our being ourselves, which requires knowing how we as individuals function optimally. Physician leaders should examine whether they are following their own inner authority in their p...
Burnout, marked by emotional exhaustion, a lack of empathy for or negative attitudes toward patients, and feelings of decreased personal achievement, is not a mental health diagnosis, but it is a serious condition that, if unaddressed, can lead to me...
This study revealed that physicians need training beyond traditional undergraduate and postgraduate medical education to prepare for administrative leadership as they and healthcare institutions navigate the post-COVID-19 landscape.
An Analysis of the Historic Houston Methodist Vaccine Mandate Decision Through the Lens of Popular Leadership Management Literature
The first healthcare system in America to publicly decree its intent for a COVID-19 vaccine mandate was the Houston Methodist hospital system in Texas. This article investigates the process and the principles that guided this decision.