Physician Wellness and Resilience: Dealing With Workplace Harassment
Upon completion of this session, you should be able to:
1. Point out the potential impact of workplace harassment, abuse, and maltreatment on family physicians: compare the difference between abuse that originates from patients & families with abuse that occurs from colleagues & coworkers.
2. Explain how the culture of abuse in the physician work place has been perpetuated starting in medical school, through residency training programs, and into the daily workplace.
3. Identify methods to report and rectify abusive situations in the workplace.
4. Identify resources for coping and personal healing.
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Kim K. Yu, MD, FAAFP, Staff, Urgent Care Physician, Covenant Hospital and Medexpress, Frankenmuth, Michigan
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