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A few of the many online resources designed for physicians are listed below. These resources are recommendd by members of the Internal Medicine Wellness Committee. To suggest additional materials, email

  • Choose Your Path - a collection of resources from UW Health, UW-Madison, and UW School of Medicine and Public Health. This portal includes information gathered by University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics (UWHC) Graduate Medical Education faculty and staff about programs and information within the organization that are designed for residents and fellows to promote physical and emotional health during training. 
  • Stanford Wellness Survey - the 2017 Physician Wellness Survey Results are a report of a survey that was completed by 1,281 Stanford-affiliated physicians with active clinical status between October 3, 2016 and November 23, 2016. The report has informed physician wellness programs and efforts across the nation. 
  • Personal Health Inventory - the UW Health Personal Health Inventory is a tool used during integrative health consultations.
  • My Well-Being Index - this website allows you to assess your current level of well-being, learn how it compares to others, track changes in well-being over time, and gain access to just-in-time resources designed to promote well-being and address a variety of concerns. Responses, scores, and data are all secure and completely, 100% anonymous. Your information will never be shared or provided to anyone.
  • National Academy of Medicine Clinician Well-Being Knowledge Hub - As part of the Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience, the National Academy of Medicine offers the Clinician Well-Being Knowledge Hub, a resource to help organizations learn about clinician burnout. The hub includes research and news articles, blog posts, toolkits, reports, and briefs that provide insight into the causes of clinician burnout and its impact. The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education are partners in the Action Collaborative.