In this third interview, Dr. Sydney Ey, Professor of Psychiatry at the Oregon Health and Science University Medical School and Dr. Stuart Slavin, ACGME Senior Scholar for Well-Being, discuss how faculty teaching in residency programs can support not only residents they work with, but each other. In a health care system and culture that often privileges efficiency and detachment over self-care and the expression of emotion, learning how to identify those in need of support –and providing effective support--can be difficult. Dr. Ey and Dr. Slavin discuss a range of strategies—some eminently practical, others ground-breakingly disruptive-for challenging some of the pervasive mindsets and the culture of silence that tend to perpetuate themselves in clinical learning environments.
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