University of Wisconsin–Madison Medical College of Wisconsin

Volume 114, Issue 3

June 2015

Creating a culture of mindfulness in medicine

Many factors contribute to professional burnout, and well-documented evidence indicates that clinician burnout can negatively affect patient care. Meanwhile, a growing body of research supports the benefits of mindfulness in medicine for clinicians and patients alike, including a report in this issue of WMJ.

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In This Issue
Mind and Body for Patients and Health Professionals
John J. Frey III, MD, WMJ Medical Editor
WMJ. 2015;114(3):93-94.


A Retrospective Review of Contrast Nephropathy in a General Population
Asma Arayan, MD; Mark A. Nigogosyan, MD; Marvin J. Van Every, MD
WMJ. 2015;114(3):95-99.

Self-Reported Mental Health Predicts Acute Respiratory Infection
Lizzie Maxwell, BA; Bruce Barrett, MD, PhD; Joseph Chase, BS; Roger Brown, PhD; Tola Ewers, MS, PhD
WMJ. 2015;114(3):100-104.


Creating a Culture of Mindfulness in Medicine
Charlene Luchterhand, MSSW; David Rakel, MD; Cynthia Haq, MD; Lisa Grant, DO, MSW; Angela Byars-Winston, PhD; Steve Tyska, MD; Kathleen Engles, PA-C, MPH
WMJ. 2015;114(3):105-109.


Twelve Tips for Improving the General Surgery Resident Night Float Experience
Rebecca M. Rentea, MD; Jared A. Forrester, MD; Nathan W. Kugler, MD; Anahita Dua, MD, MS, MBA; Travis P. Webb, MD, MHPE
WMJ. 2015;114(3):110-115.


A Case of Celiac Disease, Epilepsy, and Cerebral Calcifications With Temporal Lobe Epilepsy
Aaron F. Struck, MD; Brad R. Beinlich, MD; Paul A. Rutecki, MD
WMJ. 2015;114(3):116-117.


Looking Back…to 1965
Regulation Needed
D.N. Goldstein, MD
WMJ. 2015;114(3):88-89.

Focus on Community Health
La Crosse Pediatrician’s Care for Others Extends Beyond Community
Jennifer Wieman
WMJ. 2015;114(3):90-92.

MetaStar Matters
Quality Improvement, Health Information Technology, and the Shift to Pay for Value
Jay A. Gold, MD, JD, MPH
WMJ. 2015;114(3):121-122.

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