It’s Okay to Be Wrong: How to Build Resilient Trainees During Rounds
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Professional Development and Education, 2022
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This session will discuss resilience and strategies for combatting burnout in critical care clinicians. Topics will include how incorporating mindfulness can improve resilience and job satisfaction, methods to build resilient trainees during patient care rounds, and a case-based discussion of factors that contribute to emotional resilience. This session was created by the Undergraduate Education Committee and is targeted to all critical care clinicians, including preceptors and trainees (students, residents, and fellows).
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Knowledge Area Professional Development and Education
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
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Year 2022
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medical trainees
psychological safety


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