Resources tagged with: Student/Trainee
Healing and Hopefulness: a Tool for Doctor Well-Being

Published in Medical Education, the article highlights implementation of monthly participatory discussions of clinical successes, remarkable doctor–patient...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
The Happy Docs Study: a Canadian Association of Interns and Residents Well-Being Survey examining Resident Physician Health and Satisfaction within and outside of Residency Training in Canada

The goal of "The Happy Docs Study" by Cohen et al. aims to increase knowledge of current stressors affecting residents' health and gather information regarding...

Report
First year doctors experience of work related well-being and implications for educational provision

Published in the International Journal of Medical Education, Goodyear's research study explores factors affecting newly qualified doctors' well-being and...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
The Impact of a Required Longitudinal Stress Management and Resilience Training Course for First-Year Medical Students

This study, published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, determines whether a longitudinal stress management and resilience course improves well-being...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Impact of resident well-being and empathy assessments on faculty physicians

Published in Journal of General Internal Medicine, this research studies the influence of residents' well-being and empathy on their assessment of faculty...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
First Lecture to New Doctors: 5 Lessons Learned

Successful physician-scientist Griffin P. Rogers addresses the Tulane University School of Medicine with five lessons he has learned over the years: (1) It is not...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
Finding the sweet spot: Developing, implementing and evaluating a burn out and compassion fatigue intervention for third year medical trainees

The article highlights the development and evaluation of a burnout and compassion fatigue (CF) program for third year trainees at a Canadian Medical School. Results...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Factors associated with well-being and confidence in providing compassionate care

Using a cross-sectional study, Olson and Kemper explore the relationship between potentially modifiable factors (mindfulness and self-compassion), intermediate...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Emotion sharing: implications for trainee doctor well-being

This commentary, published in Medical Education, discusses the relationship between emotion-sharing and well-being and how sharing can be fostered effectively in...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
Doctors’ health. Researching students’ well-being

This letter, published in the British Medical Journal, discloses how a London medical school withdrew its support for a study examining the frequency of mental...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication