Faculty Development can run courses for groups of physicians and others  interested in  exploring wellness options.   The Canadian Conference on Physician Health is a conference you can attend as well.  Their site is


Mindfulness for Medical School, residency and Beyond (eBook)

Online Options

Finding Joy in workInstitue for Healthcare Improvement course


The CMA has website resources on physician wellness:

SMA has resources on physician wellness as well at

Quick reads / references

Journal articles




Check out the ICE (International Clinician Educators) Blog: 

KeyLIME Podcast #206: Physician Burnout = Badness

Ted Talk

Patty McCord: 8 lessons on building a company people enjoy working for:


Other Links

Dr. John Crosby has written a book on efficiency and time management entitled the Doctor On Time.

Read about Dr. Stephen Lenoski’s story This is My Physician Wellness.


Indigenous Resources


He has a book called “The Impatient Patient – Time and Stress Management for Doctors” available for download at I couldn’t find any book called “Doctor on Time”


Mentorship is an important part of faculty development. Mentors may be from the same department, a different department, or at a different medical school or clinical environment. Mentors may support you in your teaching or clinical practice, and you may have a different mentor for different aspects of your personal and professional life.


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