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ACR Radiology Dec 17
T1. We care about well-being, and we’re in this together. Have you explored our Well-Being Program? It’s FREE & equips radiologists w/ tools and resources to help improve wellness. Check it out & share w/ your program directors & coordinators:
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Christopher Ho Dec 17
T4: Developing a resident-led wellness committee along with implementation of “wellness days” for our residents is a start. Institutionally, we have the support and resources of our GME providing tools and “Core Curriculum Roadshow” for our training programs
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Christopher Ho Dec 17
T3: Physician burnout and mental health have reached a critical point. As PDs, it’s our responsibility be on the lookout for signs of burnout and depression in our trainees. Institutional resources should be readily available and anonymous
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Sheri Jordan Dec 17
T3. At once unconditional support AND anonymity are musts. Residents and fellows must feel confident their voices heard, needs met and identities protected.
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JACR Dec 18
👀 Looking through the great conversation from last night's , we've gathered all the articles mentioned and put them together in this handy linktree ➡️ ⬅️
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James Milburn MD, FACR Dec 17
T1: As a program director, create a committee of residents, communicate with them regularly, personally engage in their activities, and pay for everything! Ochsner
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Kate Carrato, MD Dec 17
T4: we also have a brand new resident mentorship program (again, thanks )
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Alexander Rand Dec 17
T5 Thank you all for helping to break the stigma behind burnout/medical mental health by actively engaging in a conversation about it.
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Natasha Monga, MD Dec 17
T1: Ongoing discussions/events throughout the year, both resident and faculty participation, and adequate funding.
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K Elizabeth Hawk, MS MD PhD Dec 17
T2: sometimes just having a safe space to have an honest conversation about wellness can be a huge obstacle- so amazing to see each of you contributing this evening!
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Eric Pepin MD PhD Dec 17
T4: Reading Room assistants prevent innumerable work interruptions. Most phone calls to reading rooms don’t need a physician’s attention.
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Sheri Jordan Dec 17
T4. So simple & impactful: 45 min noon conference (I know I know we still have one daily - that's a topic for another tweetchat) followed by 30 min well-being break daily for residents. QUESTION: do you assure your fellows have a mid day break? I am on a mission!
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Darel Heitkamp, MD Dec 17
T3: Radiology faculty can help by taking the difficult first step of *normalizing* discussion of mental health, wellness, depression, and suicidal ideation. If we keep talking about it, it will stop being so hard for us.
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Sonia Gupta MD Dec 17
TODAY! 12/17 at 8pm ET! Share your thoughts on wellness & w/ @AnnJayMD & .
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Todd Kumm Dec 17
Looking forward to the future content from
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Kate Carrato, MD Dec 17
T3: our system has a physician concierge program where you download an app and can request a variety of services (anything from counseling, help finding a tailor, one of our residents got her cat trimmed haha)
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James Milburn MD, FACR Dec 17
T1: Strong leadership begins at the top. We are fortunate that has a Chief Wellness Officer on our side!
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Matthew A. Haber, MD Dec 17
2/2 ...comes to building camaraderie and feeling like we are all part of the same team as radiologists, which are both crucial to strengthening the bonds that foster our collective wellness
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Peter Schaefer Dec 17
T4: Cut-off times for studies to be read the same day. Designating "late" resident/fellow/attending to prelim or fully interpret exams arriving on the worklist after that time. Allows people to leave work on time.
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Body Rad Gal Dec 17
T2- the greatest enemy to pursuing wellness can be a lack of immediate obvious financial benefit & measurable outcome to those asked to support it- despite the evidence otherwise!
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