What Hurts the Physician Hurts the Patient: Facilitator Manual

What Hurts the Physician Hurts the Patient: Facilitator Manual

by Iris Mushin

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Overview

This Facilitator Manual is a supplement to the book, What Hurts the Physician Hurts the Patient, which describes MedRAP, a comprehensive program designed to advance the professional growth of medical trainees and improve their well-being by addressing factors that lead to stress and burnout. The Manual is designed to be used only in conjunction with the book. It includes detailed information on implementing the majority of the individual topic sessions. It is written for facilitators who would benefit from step-by-step instruction on how to run the different sessions. These topic sessions are only a part of the entire program. Please note: the book, What Hurts the Physician Hurts the Patient, provides the framework for the entire program, which is crucial to the successful implementation of the individual sessions.

For more information visit the website at www.medrap.org.

What People are saying

“As a resident in the Internal Medicine residency program at Baylor College of Medicine when there was no MedRAP program, and subsequently as the Program Director of that same residency program after MedRAP had been operational for nearly a decade, I have witnessed the benefits such a program offers on multiple levels, including that of individual residents, the training program, and the institution as a whole… for many programs, not instituting a program such as MedRAP is actually the more expensive decision…. I highly recommend not only reading this book, but also implementing its lessons at your training program.”

- AMIR HALEVY MD, JD

Director of Internal Medicine Residency Program, 2000-2006, Baylor College of Medicine

“I personally have had the opportunity to participate in the MedRAP program as an intern and a senior resident mentor, and have observed the benefits from afar as a residency program director. The benefits are numerous in addressing workplace issues that are beyond the reach of a program director or an institution. Communication, collaboration and self-reflection are key components for an individual to assimilate, adapt and excel in challenging workplaces such as the hospitals and clinic settings of residency training. Programs such as MedRAP provide a dedicated and protected space for medical residents to have an outlet to share their experiences in a productive and safe manner, receive support and advice from senior residents, and develop meaningful skills through facilitator- led workshops. They can also help residency programs meet numerous ACGME requirements while making a real difference in the lives of its residents. In an ideal world, all residency programs should make programs such as MedRAP a core offering of their residents’ training.”

- ANOOP AGRAWAL, MD

Program Director, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency Program, Baylor College of Medicine



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781944952211
Publisher: Stellar Communications Houston
Publication date: 10/23/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 222
File size: 7 MB

Table of Contents

CONTENTS


MEDRAP MANUAL INTRODUCTION


CHAPTER 1: DEVELOPING CUSTOMIZED ORIENTATIONS
CHAPTER 2: BUILDING TIME AND PATIENT CARE MANAGEMENT SKILLS
CHAPTER 3: DISCUSSING CODE STATUS
CHAPTER 4: INTERACTING WITH PATIENTS’ FAMILIES
CHAPTER 5: IMPROVING PATIENT- PHYSICIAN RELATIONSHIP
CHAPTER 6: BREAKING BAD NEWS
CHAPTER 7: DEVELOPING EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT LEADERS
CHAPTER 8: STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE TEAM MANAGEMENT
CHAPTER 9: MEDRAP EVALUATION

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