Episode 500

Journal Review in Surgical Education: Intersection of Leadership and Wellness in Education

EP. 500 •

Jun 16

• 35 MIN

Journal Review in Surgical Education: Intersection of Leadership and Wellness in Education

OVERVIEW

The grind of surgical training has been celebrated in the past, but to what end? With mounting evidence that supports a high prevalence of burnout in the surgical community, surgical educators and leaders are often called to develop initiatives to address the detrimental and potentially irreversible effects on trainees’ wellness during surgical training. We invite Dr. David Rogers, who has personally experienced burnout, to share his insight and expertise in improving workplace wellness. Spoiler: it’s not as easy as group yoga sessions and daily donuts.

Hosts:
Dr. David Rogers
Dr. Jeremy Lipman
Dr. Judith French
Dr. Amy Han

Learning Objectives
1.     Listeners will be able to define wellness in the context of surgical training.
2.     Listeners will be able to better characterize and recognize signs of burnout among surgeons and surgical trainees.
3.     Listeners will be able identify strategies for overcoming burnout. 
4.     Listeners will be able to apply conceptual frameworks from workplace wellness outside of medicine that can guide developing effective programs that promote wellness in surgical education community.

References:

Torres-Landa S, Moreno K, Brasel KJ, Rogers DA. Identification of Leadership Behaviors that Impact General Surgery Junior Residents’ Well-being: A Needs Assessment in a Single Academic Center. J Surg Educ. 2022;79(1):86-93. doi:10.1016/j.jsurg.2021.07.017

Coverdill JE, Bittner IV JG, Park MA, Pipkin WL, Mellinger JD. Fatigue as impairment or educational necessity? Insights into surgical culture. Acad Med. 2011;86:S69-72.

Dyrbye LN, Thomas MR, Harper W, et al. The learning environment and medical student burnout: a multicentre study. Med Educ. 2009;43(3):274-282. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2923.2008.03282.x

Dyrbye L, Shanafelt T. A narrative review on burnout experienced by medical students and residents. Med Educ. 2016;50(1):132-149. doi:10.1111/medu.12927

Bordage G. Conceptual frameworks to illuminate and magnify. Med Educ. 2009;43(4):312 319. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2923.2009.03295.x

Bakker AB, de Vries JD. Job Demands–Resources theory and self-regulation: New explanations and remedies for job burnout. Anxiety, Stress, & Coping. 2021;34: 1-21.

Georgiadis F. Author Dr Amit Sood: Rising Through Resilience; Five Things You Can Do To Become More Resilient. Medium. https://medium.com/authority-magazine/author-dr-amit-sood-rising-through-resilience-five-things-you-can-do-to-become-more-resilient-673b0a1e9f2a. Published 2020. Accessed May 10, 2022.

Gino F. Are You Too Stressed to Be Productive? Or Not Stressed Enough? Harvard Business Review. Published October 5, 2017. https://hbr.org/2016/04/are-you-too-stressed-to-be-productive-or-not-stressed-enough

Goleman D. Primal Leadership, with a New Preface by the Authors : Unleashing the Power of Emotional … Intelligence.Harvard Bus Review Press; 2016.

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