Tuesday Mar 19, 2024

Episode 107: Exploring Burnout in Women with Dr. Jessica Dudley

Women in medicine have had higher burnout rates than their male colleagues for years–and with the pandemic the disparity increased. Part of my mission is highlighting the underlying drivers of this disparity so we can work together to reduce burnout for all. Join my conversation with Dr. Jessica Dudley and learn why flexibility, advancement opportunities, and respect are key elements to the solution. 

Jessica Dudley, MD, is Chief Clinical Officer at Press Ganey and previously Chief Medical Officer of the physician group at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Her areas of expertise include leadership development, clinical care redesign, and addressing clinician burnout. Connect with Dr. Dudley at www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-dudley-press-ganey.


Like what you heard?  Listen to more episodes with Dr. Diane Shannon on our podcast Vital Signs: Thriving as Women in Medicine

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Diane W. Shannon, MD, MPH, PCC is an internal medicine physician, award-winning writer, and certified coach. She understands the stresses inherent in the practice of medicine and the additional challenges that women face in the profession. Her passion is helping women in medicine create lives where they can thrive.

Share your experience and continue the conversation with Diane at www.dianeshannon.com or www.linkedin.com/in/dianewshannon


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