ForewordIntroductionChapter 1. The History of Burnout in Society, Medicine, and PsychiatryChapter 2. The Social Context of Physician BurnoutThe Continuum of Stress, Burnout and ImpairmentChapter 3. Identifying the Continuum of Stress and BurnoutChapter 4. Understanding Burnout and its Potential Effects on Clinical CareChapter 5. From Burnout to Impairment: The Slippery SlopeChapter 6. Physician Depression and SuicideEnvironmental Factors Leading to BurnoutChapter 7. U.S. Physicians and Work-Home ConflictChapter 8. Electronic Health Records and Physician BurnoutChapter 9. Physician Satisfaction and Burnout at Various Career StagesChapter 10. Burnout among Medical Students and ResidentsAddressing and Preventing Physician BurnoutChapter 11. A Model for Maintaining Well-Being and Preventing Burnout for PsychiatristsChapter 12. Psychiatrist Burnout: Prevention and InterventionChapter 13. The Role of Health System Innovation in Preventing Psychiatrist Burnout Ethics and BurnoutChapter 14. Establishing and Maintaining Proportional Authority, Responsibility and Expertise to Prevent BurnoutChapter 15. Wellbeing, Professionalism and the Ethics of ResilienceIndex
Sheila LoboPrabhu, M.D., is Associate Professor of Psychiatry in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Baylor College of Medicine and Staff Psychiatrist at the Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Houston, Texas. Richard F. Summers, M.D., is Senior Residency Advisor and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Perelman School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. H. Steven Moffic, M.D., is retired tenured Professor of Psychiatry of the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.