In this episode of the AWARE Podcast's Cognition and Well-Being series, Stuart Slavin, MD, MEd, ACGME's Senior Scholar for Well-Being, discusses the concept and experience of shame with Dr. Will Bynum, MD, Associate Professor of Family Medicine at the Duke School of Medicine. Dr. Bynum speaks to his own relationship with shame over the course of medical school and residency. He then explores the ways in which his experience allowed him—and those of us working in graduate medical education to rethink the standard approaches to working through shame at both the personal and institutional levels. Additionally, they discuss the role of self-conscious emotions such as shame, guilt, and pride from the perspective of residents striving for excellence in graduate medical education.
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