H & D

Topic: Stress & Burnout

Healthy Practices, Burnout & Provider Characteristics

Posted on January 1, 2011

Summary of survey results at 2010 CCHF Annual Conference regarding healthy practices, burnout, and characteristics of providers serving in high-stress, poor communities.

Topics: H&D, Stress & Burnout

Taking Down Giants By Aiming At An Abundant Life

Posted on January 1, 2010

An inside look at an exciting new program from Good News Community Health Center in Portland, Oregon, that helps them consistently offer whole-person patient care.

Topics: H&D, Stress & Burnout, Whole-Person Care

Grit and Grace

Posted on January 1, 2009

Dr. Canning offers ways of preparing for and responding to the challenges and rewards of working in healthcare for the underserved.

Topics: H&D, Stress & Burnout

For Women Only

Posted on January 1, 2009

Debbie Smith, director for the Center for Women in Medicine, shares how women on the front lines of serving others through healthcare can maintain their well-being and balance their lives in the midst of so many pressures and conflicting roles.

Topics: H&D, Stress & Burnout

Where is God in a bad week?

Posted on January 1, 2008

A Christian physician working in a secular health center shares how a week that got out of control brought her to a greater understanding of who Christ is and a deeper dependence on his mercy.

Topics: H&D, Doctors, Stress & Burnout

The Longest Call

Posted on January 1, 2007

A doctor's personal log takes the reader through a harrowing, but typical, weekend on call, followed by a psalm of lament.

Topics: H&D, Doctors, Stress & Burnout

What Compels You to Ministry?

Posted on January 1, 2003

Lynne Medley-Long examines the motivation for ministry through a discussion of two parables in the gospel of Luke, highlighting the concept of "neighborliness" in the early church and today.

Topics: H&D, Biblical Principles, Working with the Underserved, Stress & Burnout