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Physician Well-being Feature

The Global Newsletter is proud to spotlight select ACP physician well-being resources in our 2021 issues. Throughout the year, we will feature resources regarding self-care, peer support, and organizational change, as well as some of ACP's Well-being Champions. This particular issue features a few of our many organizational change resources. Taking care of ourselves and encouraging others to practice self-care sustains our ability to care for those in need.

ACP Webinar with CME
Addressing and Supporting Physician Mental Health during Challenging Times

Center for Study of Traumatic Stress Resources
Fact Sheet Supporting Healthcare Professionals in Times of Disaster: Reflections on “At-Risk Employees”

Webinar: I Wish I Had Said Something: Learning to Be an Active Bystander/Upstander in the Face of Microaggressions
Description: In this free webinar, join the panel as they define microaggressions; provide historical context of microaggressions and current impact on health care institutions; and explore how to report and respond to microaggressions as an upstander. The panel will review two case vignettes and highlight key skills to help you be an upstander against microaggressions.

Promoting Collaborative Learning Environments for Well-being (part of the Resident Well-being curriculum)
This module discusses how positive social interaction, a culture of safety, and team-based care can support well-being during residency. Learn how to recognize and respond compassionately to signs of burnout in yourself or your peers.
View here (Must be logged in to acponline.org)

ACP IM Thriving Well-being Highlight
Discover Responding to Harassment and the Impact on Physician Wellness from Anne. L. Becker, MD, and learn how to combat loneliness through “Building Community, One Connection at a Time” with a complement action-oriented exercise from Kerri Palamara, MD, MACP.

More well-being resources

For more resources regarding Physician Suicide Awareness, please visit ACP's latest I.M. Thriving Newsletter.

Back to the September 2021 issue of ACP Global