Dr. Stuart Slavin, ACGME Senior Scholar for Well-being, talks with a group of residents about how COVID-19 has impacted their well-being during training. They discuss how the practices of Psychological First Aid, an approach developed by a group of international non-profits to train people to help others experiencing trauma, has the potential to equip residents with strategies for managing the many challenges faced by their community members in crisis. Pediatric hospitalist Anu Gorukanti, a recent graduate of Santa Clara Valley Medical Center; Clare Brady, a second-year family medicine resident at Northwestern in Chicago, and Shivani Parikh, a third-year OB/Gyn resident at TriHealth in Chicago join us for this conversation.
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