21 episodes

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education's AWARE podcasts feature a variety of strategies for enhancing well-being among members of the Graduate Medical Education community.

AWARE includes two podcast series: The Cognitive Skill-Building for Well-Being series introduces listeners to common cognitive mindsets that negatively impact well-being, and focuses on strategies for enhancing personal resilience and well-being.

The Systems and Research in Well-Being series focuses on current research and select practices in Graduate Medical Education that can help inform the work of programs and institutions to support clinician well-being. This series also provides updates to the GME community on evolving evidence-based knowledge in these areas.

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The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education's AWARE podcasts feature a variety of strategies for enhancing well-being among members of the Graduate Medical Education community.

AWARE includes two podcast series: The Cognitive Skill-Building for Well-Being series introduces listeners to common cognitive mindsets that negatively impact well-being, and focuses on strategies for enhancing personal resilience and well-being.

The Systems and Research in Well-Being series focuses on current research and select practices in Graduate Medical Education that can help inform the work of programs and institutions to support clinician well-being. This series also provides updates to the GME community on evolving evidence-based knowledge in these areas.

    Impostor Phenomenon and its Impacts on Resident Well-Being

    Impostor Phenomenon and its Impacts on Resident Well-Being

    In this interview, ACGME Senior Scholar for Well-Being, Stuart Slavin, MD, explores the experience of impostor phenomenon in clinical settings. Dr. Slavin focuses in particular on how medical students transitioning into residency experience impostor phenomenon and explores its multiple impacts on physicians training in the clinical learning environment.

    • 20 min
    A Framework for Approaching Resident Well-Being

    A Framework for Approaching Resident Well-Being

    ACGME Senior Scholar for Well-Being, Dr. Stuart Slavin, describes his work educating medical residents and Program Directors across the country in cognitive approaches to well-being and introduces a framework for approaching well-being in GME programs. Topics include the common negative mindsets to which residents and others working in stressful clinical environments can become vulnerable.  Dr. Slavin maintains that medical students transitioning into residency are particularly at risk for falling prey to these mindsets.

    • 23 min
    Managing Emotion and Perception: A Psychological Toolkit

    Managing Emotion and Perception: A Psychological Toolkit

    ACGME Senior Scholar for Well-Being Dr. Stuart Slavin discusses what residency programs can do to help physicians cope with negative mindsets and impostor phenomenon. Dr. Slavin provides an overview of several concepts from cognitive psychology, such as explanatory style and emotional self-regulation, that programs can introduce to their local curriculum to help residents and faculty enhance their well-being.

    • 25 min
    Navigating Well-Being in Omicron’s Wake

    Navigating Well-Being in Omicron’s Wake

    In this discussion, ACGME Senior Scholar for Well-Being Stuart Slavin checks in on the mental health and emotional wellness of residents, faculty and others at institutions that sponsor training programs across the US. Well-Being scholars Mukta Panda (University of Tennessee-Chattanooga), Jonathan Ripp (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai), and Larissa Thomas (University of California—San Francisco) join him to examine the multiple impacts Omicron has left in its wake, including implications for reimagining graduate medical education for the future. The team explores some system and individual strategies the GME community can cultivate in response to these impacts, while acknowledging the ongoing need to be creative, resourceful and supportive in unprecedented times. 

    • 55 min
    Reshaping Our Perception and Responding to Shame in Graduate Medical Education

    Reshaping Our Perception and Responding to Shame in Graduate Medical Education

    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.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    The Role of Belonging in Well-Being

    The Role of Belonging in Well-Being

    In this episode of the AWARE Podcast’s Cognition and Well-Being series, Stuart Slavin, MD, MEd and Anne Gravel Sullivan, PhD discuss the relationship between belonging and well-being with Dr. Mukta Panda, MD, MACP, FRCP-London. Dr. Panda, who is the Assistant Dean for Well-Being and Medical Student Education, as well as a Professor of Medicine at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine at Chattanooga, reflects upon her own struggle with well-being and how it ultimately led her to study the importance of a personal sense of belonging. Additionally, they analyze how well-being can be achieved when students and physicians can comfortably be their authentic selves, rather than attempting to fit into the molds that they feel pressured into being.

    • 57 min

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