• Creating a Culture of Well-being

    You need an environment that allows you to thrive personally and professionally.

    One way to create and maintain that goal is to take the lead. Learn skills that help you address operational needs, such as practice structure, as well as relational skills like communications. Numerous resources and events can help you make it happen.

    How to Influence Practice Culture: Tips and Approaches

    Learn how to advance your initiatives based on national recommendations, guidelines, and roadmaps. (52 minutes, 19 seconds)

    Get strategies for modeling team leadership to advance well-being throughout your career. (90 minutes)

    Burnout starts as early as the first year of medical school, and many in medicine don't recognize the signs in themselves. Understand what it is and why it happens so that you can protect yourself and be part of changing the system. (42 minutes, 54 seconds)

    Learn tactics that you can use as a starting point to design a practice culture that supports your well-being.

    Organizations need to focus on creating a culture of intrinsic motivation through three overlapping pursuits.

    A strategy known as “reframing” may help you change the way you view and respond to challenges.

    Building Your Ideal Practice | Watch | CME 

    Learn a three-step process to identify the best actions and the most useful tools to build a more ideal practice. (7 minutes 19 seconds)

    Inclusion builds belonging. This video explores what it means (and doesn't mean) to be an ally; the benefits of allyship, the impact of not having allies; actions to become a great ally and your journey forward. (11 minutes 2 seconds)

    When Venting is Dangerous | Watch | CME 

    The need to vent before you continue to see patients is a symptom of burnout. (3 minutes 36 seconds)

    Build Your Leadership Skills to Advance Change

    Equip yourself with leadership fundamentals, skills, and strategies for yourself and your team. Earn up to 13.25 CME credits.

    A family physician leader offers the following advice for aspiring physician leaders.

    Discover everyday leadership habits to benefit you, your practice, and your patients.

    Here's how to keep ego from getting in the way of effective teamwork.

    A family physician shares listening strategies that yield powerful results with patients.

    A family physician shares listening strategies that yield powerful results with patients.

    Leadership Opportunities

    Get involved in shaping the future of family medicine through the AAFP and partner organizations. Learn skills and put them into practice.