What Do Residents Want for Burnout Prevention? Time

By: Katherine Fortenberry, PhD; Jordan Knox, MD; and Sonja Van Hala, MD, MPH, FAAFP Previously published in Academic Medicine, March 2018 Dr. Ripp and colleagues’ recent call to action on well-being in graduate medical education emphasizes the importance of multilevel interventions in addressing well-being. We concur with these recommendations but want to emphasize the importance of … More What Do Residents Want for Burnout Prevention? Time

Finding consistency in the midst of constant change 

By: Anna Holman Two of the major challenges of being a Family Medicine resident is the wide scope of medicine we learn and the variety of environments in which we train. As an intern or first-year resident, the work can be hard because it seems like we change gears every month. Bouncing from Pediatrics to … More Finding consistency in the midst of constant change 

For a Moment

By: Kristin Sandoval Preceding my elective experience I was asked to write down a couple of learning goals to expound upon after as a reflective assessment of my experience.  I approached this task as if it were a typical medical student requirement in that I chose topics that were of interest, but could also be researched … More For a Moment

HOW AN EXCELLENT CLINICIAN BECOMES AN EXCELLENT TEACHER

Karen Gunning, BCACP, FCCP, PharmD, BCPS, and Joanne Rolls, MPAS, PA-C Previously Published on University of Utah Health Accelerate In 1950, the time it took for medical knowledge to double was 50 years. In 1980, it had fallen to 7 years, and by 2010, it was just 3.5 years. By 2020, it’s projected to be … More HOW AN EXCELLENT CLINICIAN BECOMES AN EXCELLENT TEACHER

The Long and Winding Road

By: Brian Hill I recently completed the application, interview, rank, and match process for sports medicine fellowship. This process gave me déjà vu back to when I was applying for family medicine residency. Both the residency and fellowship have similar steps including completing an ERAS application, obtaining letters of recommendation, and submitting your medical school … More The Long and Winding Road