Know Your Colleagues, Know Yourself: Checking In on Mental Health
Liz Lawrence, MD, FACP
Burnout impacts approximately half of residents and depression and depressive symptoms are seen in more than a quarter of residents. To help residents recognize a colleague in need and check in with themselves, Liz Lawrence, MD, FACP, shares ways to identify colleagues who may be in distress and how you can reach out to offer help. She also explores the importance of checking in with yourself and offers strategies to help prevent and address personal distress during residency.
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Microaggressions: Understanding What They Are and Why They Are Harmful
In this free 1-hour webinar, Aarati Didwania, MD, MSCI, FACP, reviews how microaggressions manifest in the health care environment, examines the outcomes associated with the experience of microaggressions, and explores techniques to minimize both the occurrence of microaggressions and the effects of repeated exposure.
How to Apply Compassion (Mini But Mighty Skill, <15 minutes)
Learn the benefits of applied compassion practice to clinicians and systems, how to adapt and teach it, and real-world ways to clinically apply compassion.
- Apply positive systems changes skills in 2 mins. or less with ACP's unique mobile-friendly microlearning resources
- Listening to Understand, Not to Fix (webinar)
- Peer Coaching to Support Individuals and Organizations (Supporting a Colleague in Need)
Adaptable Presentations for Well-being Champions
- Use these adaptable slides and handouts to present at chapter meetings, well-being committee meetings, or other areas of your institution.
Feelings and Needs slide deck
Feelings and Needs exercise