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Medical Education February 2018 The supervisory encounter and the senior GP trainee: managing for, through and with Click here to view



Medical Education February 2018 'Oh my God, I can't handle this!': trainees' emotional responses to complex situations Click here to view




Teaching mindfulness in medical school: where are we now and where are we going?

Authors: Patricia L Dobkin & Tom A Hutchinson

Source: Medical Education. 2013 Aug;47(8):768-79.

Mindfulness has the potential to prevent compassion fatigue and burnout in that the doctor who is self-aware is more likely to engage in self-care activities and to manage stress better. Moreover, well doctors are better equipped to foster wellness in their patients. Teaching mindfulness in medical school is gaining momentum; we examined the literature and related websites to determine the extent to which this work is carried out with medical students and residents.

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