Physician Wellness Hub

Being an emergency physician is tough. Because each day presents a new challenge, let us help you find the right support.

Peer Support   |   Crisis Support & Counseling   |   Physician Wellness Advocacy & Resources

Our New Wellness Guidebook

From Self to System – Being Well in Emergency Medicine offers in-depth solutions to many of the systemic issues that plague emergency physicians today. 

Download the Book

Reinvigorating Emergency Medicine Webinars

Experts discuss systemic transformation toward workplace well-being, burnout and compassion fatigue, second victim syndrome, and narrative medicine.

Watch the Webinars


Peer Support

In This Together

We are 20 months into a global pandemic, and emergency physicians are exhausted. But you aren't in this alone.

Webinar: How to Start a Peer Support Program

Dr. Charissa Pacella, Co-leader of Physicians for Physicians Peer Support Program, and Dr. Jack Rozel, Medical Director at resolve Crisis Services for a discussion on starting peer support programs.

Why Peer Support?

An EM physician’s first unexpected bad outcome or lawsuit can be devastating. Many wonder why everyone else seems to be coping better. Once you open up to a colleague, you realize you're not alone.

Try Theater of War for Your Workplace

Have you heard of Theater of War? ACEP hosted two online sessions this year to help emergency physicians process the burden of the pandemic in a unique, interactive way, and there may be more sessions...




Sources of Stress

Patient Care






Physician Mental Health Topics



Physician Suicide

Compassion Fatigue

Diversity & Equity

COVID-19 Personal & Systemic



Do you have questions? Contact us.

Unrestricted grant support for ACEP’s Wellness Hub provided by the Genentech, a member of the Roche group and AstraZeneca

The ACEP Wellness Guide and Reinvigorating Emergency Medicine Webinars were funded in part by a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (grant number 1 NU50CK000570). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contents of this resource center do not necessarily represent the policy of CDC or HHS, and should not be considered an endorsement by the Federal Government.

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