The AMA’s Educator Well-Being in Academic Medicine is a first-of-its-kind book for administrators and leaders in academic medicine looking to improve the well-being of educators by making changes at the systems level.
Includes information relevant to clinical and nonclinical educators from allopathic and osteopathic institutions across the undergraduate and graduate continuum
Provides suggestions for systems level changes that uplift the educational mission and lead to educators feeling valued
Explores evidence-based research, personal narratives, and lived experiences focused on educator experiences with well-being
Offers recommendations and guidance that are not only meant to resolve issues of well-being at the individual institutional level, but also to heal U.S. medical education at the systems level
Furthers the discourse on systemic well-being in U.S. medical education.
We hope you find this book to be a useful resource in navigating the challenges of educator well-being.