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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I Wish I Had Said Something: Learning to Be an Active Bystander/Upstander in the Face of Microaggressions
Date/Time: Wednesday, September 29, 2021, 3:00 p.m. ET
Description: In this free webinar, join the panel as they define microaggressions; provide a historical context of microaggressions and their 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.
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