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This month, psychologist Jeff Klunk, who has counseled many physicians, writes about top contributors to stress and burnout – and a possible solution. Also, Drs. Scott Conley and John Yoder of Norlanco Family Medicine discuss how a team-based approach to care can help relieve physician burnout.
We’ll take you on a behind-the-scenes tour of the Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences’ new headquarters, including a state-of-the-art simulation learning area, as well as other research, collaboration and meeting spaces available for physician use.
I hope you had the chance to hear Allison Massari deliver a moving and powerful message at LGHP’s June 3 Town Hall meeting. In case you missed it, we share some of Allison’s best advice for improving the patient experience, a topic that’s very much on all of our minds.
In honor of Father’s Day, we’ll also introduce you to cardiologist Dr. Rolf Andersen and his son, Lars, who are making a big impact with their joint research on inherited lipid disorders. In their off-hours, father and son also share a passion for history and skiing.
Happy early Father’s Day to all the dads out there! I hope all our readers are enjoying the first unofficial days of summer!


Lee M. Duke II, M.D.
Chief Physician Executive
Progress Notes' Editor-in-Chief

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