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New ACP Webinars

Back to Basics – Preventing Burnout, Building Trust, and Coping with the EMR

Mark Linzer, MD, MACP, and Sara Poplau

June 1, 2021, 11 a.m.–Noon ET

In this webinar for Well-being Champions, Mark Linzer and Sara Poplau will discuss how organizational leaders can prevent burnout among their ranks by building trust between employees and employers. They will also share strategies to improve working with the EMR to alleviate clinician stress.

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Implicit Bias, Microaggressions, and the Health of Pan-Asian Physicians and Trainees

Panelists: Elisa I. Choi, MD. FACP; Tiffany I. Leung, MD, MPH, FACP; Joshua M. Liao, MD, MS, FACP; Tammy L. Lin, MD, FACP

June 2, 2021, 3:00 p.m. ET

In this free 1-hour webinar, explore the impact of implicit bias and microaggressions on the health of Pan-Asian physicians and trainees.

Pan-Asian physicians and trainees comprise a vital part of the health care workforce and are not immune to the effects of bias and microaggressions within the medical profession and outside of it. Anti-Asian discrimination and assaults increased significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic, contributing to a “secondary contagion” of racism. These factors exacerbated preexisting unique challenges and barriers that Pan-Asian physicians and trainees already faced in work and learning environments, such as the “bamboo ceiling.” The “model minority” myth and “perceived foreignness” at the front line of usual and pandemic-related care are particularly damaging to the Pan-Asian workforce.

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Well-being Champion Webinar: Enhancing Well-being Through Organizational Change

Lisa Rotenstein, MD

Watch this 1-hour webinar for ACP Well-being Champions in which primary care physician Dr. Lisa Rotenstein discusses innovative organizational interventions to improve well-being. Dr. Rotenstein describes evidence about the extent to which organizational versus individual interventions affect well-being. She also characterizes specific interventions that have the potential to enhance well-being and describes the process of organizational change, including how to leverage improvement methods and factors that contribute to the success of an organization. Well-being Champions will leave the webinar with new strategies to transform the way they practice and the knowledge to help others do the same.

Watch here! (Must be logged in to ACP Online to watch past webinars)

Recognizing Burnout and How to Mitigate It as a Chief Resident

Richard Wardrop III, MD, PhD, FAAP, FACP, and Connie Newman, MD, FACP

Recognizing and mitigating burnout is an important skill for chief residents and physician leaders. In this free 1-hour webinar specifically targeted to chief residents, Well-being Champion Richard Wardrop and Connie Newman review best practices and evidence-based resources for dealing with stress and provide a framework for operationalizing a healthy and resilient mindset as physicians navigate the pandemic and other challenges.

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Back to the May 21, 2021 issue of ACP IM Thriving