Wellness is “a conscious, self-directed and evolving process of achieving full potential” as defined by The National Wellness Institute. The following resources cover an array of issues related to burnout and practical ways to practice wellness.
The Energy Project at the 2017 SGO Annual Meeting
During the 2017 SGO Annual Meeting, Katherine Bailey, Senior Facilitator at The Energy Project, made a keynote speech on “Transforming the way we work; the science of high performance.” Katherine conducted an Energy Audit™ to get a sense of how effectively attendees were currently managing their energy across four dimensions–physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual–as well as a separate breakout session during Education Forum IV with a discussion of solutions and review of one’s personal Energy Audit score.
As a follow-up to these presentations, The Energy Project is offering the following wellness resources:
- Life@Work blog in the New York Times, by Energy Project founder Tony Schwartz
- Manage Your Energy Not Your Time, by Tony Schwartz and Catherine McCarthy, Harvard Business Review
- Relax! You’ll Be More Productive, by Tony Schwartz, New York Times
Books and Articles
- Does the Hippocratic Oath Promote Burnout? (Medscape, April 2017)
- Presence and Resilience by Doug Silsbee
- The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working: The Four Forgotten Needs That Energize Great Performance by Tony Schwartz
- The Power of Full Engagement: Managing Energy, Not Time, Is the Key to High Performance and Personal Renewal by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz
- Cass I, Duska LR, Blank SV, et al. Stress and burnout among gynecologic oncologists: A Society of Gynecologic Oncology Evidence-based Review and Recommendations Gynecologic Oncology
- Rath KS, Huffman LB, Phillips GS et al. Burnout and associated factors among members of the Society of Gynecologic Oncology. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2015; 213: e1-9.
- Eckleberry-Hunt J, Van Dyke A, Lick D et al. Changing the Conversation From Burnout to Wellness: Physician Well-being in Residency Training Program. J Grad Med Educ. 2009 Dec; 1(2): 225–230.
- Kuerer HM, Eberlein T, .J, Pollock RE, et al. Career satisfaction, practice patterns, and burnout among surgical oncologists: report on the quality of life of members of the Society of Surgical Oncology. Ann Surg Oncol 2007;14:3043–53.
- Balch CM and Shanafelt TD. Combating Stress and Burnout in Surgical Practice: A Review. Advances in Surgery. 2010;44:29–47.
- Ramondetta LM, Urbauer D, Brown AJ et al. Work related stress among gynecologic oncologists. Gynecologic Oncology 2011;123:365–369.
- Balch CM and Copeland E. Stress and Burnout Among Surgical Oncologists: A Call for Personal Wellness and a Supportive Workplace Environment. Annals of Surgical Oncology 2007;14(11):3029–3032.
- Dyrbye LN, Shanafelt TD, Balch CM, et al. Relationship between work-home conflicts and burnout among American surgeons: a comparison by sex. Arch Surg. 2011;146:211–217.
- The Energy Project (Article: It’s time to wake up and go to sleep)
- Mayo Clinic Physician Well Being Program
- Stanford Medicine WellMD
- iPhone: Relax+ with Andrew Johnson
- 10% Happier