The “Fostering Meaning and Connections through Storytelling and Written Reflection” session at the 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference discussed the concept and benefits of narrative medicine.
Jessica Koran-Scholl, PhD and colleagues presented their work on the impact an obesity bias awareness workshop has on how physicians understand this phenomenon in the Poster Hall at the 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference, which was held virtually March 30-April 1, 2022.
Sarah Meadows, EdD, FACEHP and Abraham Nussbaum, MD, MTS studied the effects of financial debt on resident burnout. and presented their work in the Poster Hall at the 2022 ACGME Annual Educational Conference, which was held virtually March 30-April 1, 2022.
Recognizing the high rates of psychological distress of various forms for residents in training, Dr. Gregory Guldner and colleagues sought to learn whether an opt out approach would increase the number of residents who actually engaged with available therapy options.
For more than two years, the COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally changed how every person on the globe works, plays, and interacts with each other. As what many hoped would be a few weeks of fear and uncertainty stretched into months and months, no one felt this stress more than health care professionals on the frontlines.
The registration fee is only $95 for residents and fellows and includes all Premium registration benefits. That is far lower than any comparable in-person event, and with no travel costs and no travel days away from programs, this is a great year to attend.
ACGME Senior Scholar for Well-Being Dr. Stuart Slavin leads a group of well-being scholars in discussing the impacts of the Omicron Variant and ways to move forward in a new ACGME podcast, with video recording.
The ACGME is proud to unveil an updated and more robust Well-Being Tools and Resources page for institutions, programs, residents/fellows, and faculty members to support and promote well-being in the clinical learning environment.