45 min

This Is Not Normal: A Psychiatrist’s Discovery of Her Own Burnout and the Critical Need to Foster Vulnerability in Medical Training The Mind of Medicine: A Different Healthcare Conversation

    • Medicine

In this episode, psychiatrist Dr. Jessi Gold talks about discovering her own burnout in the midst of helping other clinicians and how her personal experience influences her professional choices. Donna and Dr. Gold also explore the educational journey of medical students and residents and discuss how the culture of medical training needs to shift to support their well-being.  

During this episode, you will learn about: 
Dr. Gold’s ironic discovery of her own burnout in the midst of helping others through theirsThe unique challenges of medical students and the “hidden curriculum” Environmental factors that often prevent medical residents from managing their own well-beingThe power of encouraging vulnerability in medical trainingMed-IQ is a leading provider of clinical and risk management education, consulting services, and quality improvement solutions, empowering individuals at every level of the healthcare delivery system with the knowledge they need to continuously improve provider performance and patient outcomes.

This information is intended to provide general information (or education). It is not intended and should not be construed as legal or medical advice.

Music and lyrics: Nancy Burger and Scott Weber.

In this episode, psychiatrist Dr. Jessi Gold talks about discovering her own burnout in the midst of helping other clinicians and how her personal experience influences her professional choices. Donna and Dr. Gold also explore the educational journey of medical students and residents and discuss how the culture of medical training needs to shift to support their well-being.  

During this episode, you will learn about: 
Dr. Gold’s ironic discovery of her own burnout in the midst of helping others through theirsThe unique challenges of medical students and the “hidden curriculum” Environmental factors that often prevent medical residents from managing their own well-beingThe power of encouraging vulnerability in medical trainingMed-IQ is a leading provider of clinical and risk management education, consulting services, and quality improvement solutions, empowering individuals at every level of the healthcare delivery system with the knowledge they need to continuously improve provider performance and patient outcomes.

This information is intended to provide general information (or education). It is not intended and should not be construed as legal or medical advice.

Music and lyrics: Nancy Burger and Scott Weber.

45 min