As many as half of all clinicians suffer from the problem, creating risks to patients, malpractice claims and absenteeism, study finds.
Pittsburgh Quarterly Editor Douglas Heuck spoke briefly last week with Dr. Kerzin about the significance of the holiday season.
photo credit: Renee Rosensteel
A moving anecdote by a physician, on the horror and senselessness of gun violence, and the need for us to do something about it, as medical professionals and citizens.
An article written by Bob Bauder for TRIB LIVE.
An article written by Colin Deppen for The Incline. Dr. Barry Kerzin, personal physician to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, has returned to Pittsburgh to help UPMC nurses cope with burnout. But there are plenty of occupations in similar need, he says. Basically all of them.
Interview with Dr. Kerzin by Douglas Heuck for the Pittsburgh Quarterly (2019 Spring). Dr. Kerzin talks about the resilience training program for (16,000) UPMC nurses and staff.
Article on how tragedy and a near-death experience changed Dr. Barry Kerzin’s life.
Like a modern day Johnny Appleseed, Dr. Barry Kerzin walks the earth spreading seeds of compassion.
A frequent visitor to southwestern Pennsylvania since 2016 when he spoke at the annual conference of the Family Medicine Education Consortium, Dr. Barry Kerzin seeks to help others find inner peace in a world often seen as nothing less than chaotic.