Implementation of small-group reflection rounds at an emergency medicine residency program.

@article{Wen2013ImplementationOS,
  title={Implementation of small-group reflection rounds at an emergency medicine residency program.},
  author={Leana S Wen and Justin T. Baca and Patrick F. O'Malley and Kriti Bhatia and David A. Peak and James Kimo Takayesu},
  journal={CJEM},
  year={2013},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={
          175-7
        }
}
Few residency curricular interventions have focused on improving well-being and promoting humanism. [] Key Method During the inaugural year (2010-2011), nine residents volunteered to take part in 1-hour monthly sessions with faculty facilitators. Residents were provided with a confidential environment to discuss difficult ethical and interpersonal encounters from their clinical experiences.

Tables from this paper

Reducing Burnout Among Radiology Trainees: A Novel Residency Retreat Curriculum to Improve Camaraderie and Personal Wellness - 3 Strategies for Success.

Based upon the open-ended responses, improved camaraderie was the major benefit of the retreat cited by the majority of residents and may improve personal wellness and reduce burnout within a radiology residency.

Improving resident well-being: a narrative review of wellness curricula

Different specialties have different wellness needs, and a resource or ‘toolbox’ that includes a variety of general as well as specialty-specific wellness components might allow institutions and programs to select interventions that best suit their individual needs.

Combating Obstacles to Empathy: A Replicable Small Group Discussion Series for Medical Students

A replicable, case-based, student and expert-driven, small-group discussion series designed to address empathy decline during the third and fourth years of medical school, which demonstrated significant improvement in participants’ comfort with the subject matter and desire to approach faculty and peers regarding humanistic patient care.

The Reflective Debrief: Using Students’ Placement Experiences to Enrich Understandings of Distinct Kinds of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice

The practicum is one of the most important components in health professional education. It is also one of the most challenging. The hospital setting offers situations that may be physically, mentally

Teaching Professionalism in Postgraduate Medical Education: A Systematic Review

Many published curricula addressing professionalism in PGME are effective and future work should build upon these curricula to improve the quality and validity of professionalism teaching tools.

Evidence-Based Interventions that Promote Resident Wellness from the Council of Emergency Residency Directors

This work reviews the literature on wellness and burnout in residency education with a focus on assessment, individual-level interventions, and systemic or organizational interventions.

Theories of learning and teaching methods used in postgraduate education in the health sciences: a scoping review.

It is clear that a range of theories and teaching methods are used in postgraduate health science education, with educators feeling the need to explore more innovative methods.

THE USE OF REFLECTION FOR SPIRITUAL CARE LEARNING IN CLINICAL EDUCATION: A PILOT STUDY

Background: Indonesian society assume spirituality as an important aspect in life especially in sickness. Spiritual care can restore patients’ quality of life by providing them comfort, strength, and

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 18 REFERENCES

One year's experience with a program to facilitate personal and professional development in medical students using reflection groups.

The program incorporates students' early clinical experience with facilitated opportunities to reflect on the emotional challenges of becoming a physician with opportunities to integrate behavioral and social science concepts into clinical practice.

Stress in Medical Residency: Status Quo after a Decade of Reform?

To re-examine current residents' psychological and financial situations, the Resident Services Committee of the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine mailed a survey in May 1998 to all 415 internal medicine program directors, who were asked to distribute copies to each of their medicine residents (residents in categorical, preliminary, and combined tracks).

Depressed Medical Students' Use of Mental Health Services and Barriers to Use

  • J. GivensJ. Tjia
  • Medicine, Psychology
    Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
  • 2002
It is demonstrated that depression among medical students may be undertreated and medical schools can assist depressed students by addressing issues such as the stigma of using mental health services, confidentiality, and documentation.

Appendix: Survey Questionnaire

A cross-cultural survey of the approaches that medical geneticists take to some of the ethical problems that they and their clients face, to be entitled Ethics and Human Genetics: A Cross-Cultural Perspective.

The reflective practitioner: How professionals think in action

  • R. Bogumil
  • Education, Psychology
    Proceedings of the IEEE
  • 1985
What do you do to start reading the reflective practitioner how professionals think in action arena ? Searching the book that you love to read first or find an interesting book that will make you

Changing the Conversation From Burnout to Wellness: Physician Well-being in Residency Training Programs.

The time has come for academic medicine to move beyond a simple discussion of physician burnout and develop a shared definition of physician wellness followed by interventional strategies to bolster it.

Perspective: Resident physician wellness: a new hope.

  • Dennis C. Lefebvre
  • Medicine
    Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
  • 2012
The salient causes of burnout as it applies to present-day resident physicians and the patient care they provide are highlighted and a novel approach to resident wellness involving structured resident wellness programs is discussed.