Navigating Personal Health Crises, Imposter Syndrome, Sexual Harassment, Clinical Mistakes and Leadership Challenges: Lessons for Work-Life Wellness in Academic Medicine: Part 3 of 3
Wellness in Academic Medicine
Keywords:Wellness, second victim phenomenon, sexual harrassment, suicide
In this final manuscript of the three-part series, the authors address issues of imposter syndrome, pregnancy, and parental leave, second victim phenomenon, sexual harassment, response to suicide, and managing a budget while advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion. The case scenarios have learners and non-clinicians as their main characters, bringing attention to the cross-cutting nature of the complex issues we see both in and around a career in medicine.
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Copyright (c) 2023 Paul Barach, M.D., Rami Ahmed, D.O., Gaurava Agarwal, M.D., Kristine Olson, M.D., Julie Welch, M.D., Kimberly Chernoby, M.D., J.D., Christine L. Hein, M.D., Tanya Anand, M.D., Bellal Joseph, M.D., Donald Rosenstein, M.D., Sylk Sotto-Santiago, Ed.D., MBA, MPS, Jane Hartsock, J.D., M.A., Emily Holmes, M.D., Kristen Schroeder, M.D., Jennifer Hartwell, M.D.
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