VIDEO: Resiliency ‘isn’t the answer’ to physician burnout

CHICAGO — When struggling with burnout, many health care providers are expected to simply be more resilient, but this does not address the system creating these problems, according to two speakers.In their conversation at the Women in Medicine Summit, Jessi Gold, MD, MS, an assistant professor in the department of psychiatry at Washington University in St. Louis, and Jamie J. Coleman, MD, FACS, an associate professor of surgery at the University of Louisville, discussed how medicine should reframe resiliency and “surviving a broken culture.”“The way that resiliencyRead More

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