Keys to the Development of the Halsted Resident in the John Cameron Era Selwyn M. Vickers, MD, FACS and Adrienne L. Vickers, BAy Keywords: burnout, grit, leadership, resilience, training cynicism and depersonalization, which is a loss of optimism, people who have ‘‘checked out’’ (Ann Surg 2018;267:S22–S25) reduced personal effectiveness, a decline in feelings and a decreased sense of competence and accomplishment in your work urnout and work-life imbalance are at an all-time high and are a profound impact on families, that is where members of your B continually rising. The pressures that drive both of these factors 4 family often prefer that you stay at work. are multifactorial. In the faculty environment, it’s salary, promotion, relative value units (RVU) requirements, research, teaching .. . it’s The other distinctly evident factor that is physician burnout career advancement. In the resident’s and student’s professional life, affects the healthcare environment. Burnout adversely impacts quality it’s the anxiety of the next test and fear of failure. In the personal life, of care, increases medical errors, increases medical malpractice suits, it’s debt, parenthood, kids, health, and personal relationships. These increases medical family discord—both at work and at home, reduces find themselves leading to
Annals of Surgery – Wolters Kluwer Health
Published: Feb 1, 2018
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