annals-of-family-medicine Cultivating the inner life of physicians through written reflection a look at how reflection in residency helps shape growth and development as a physician
Contributor: Francesca CiminoJuly 12, 2017Topics: / / Keywords: /
Taking the HEAT This podcast outlines the tools and skills necessary to take the "heat" from patients, especially when dealing with difficult and/or emotionally charged patients. Some important skills that are explored are communication strategies, de-escalation techniques, setting boundaries and managing expectations. http://www.pediacastcme.org/taking-heat-pediacast-cme-016/
Contributor: Araina FordJanuary 19, 2017Topics: / / Keywords: / / / / / / / /
pulse_blog_banner_200x216pixels Day of Reckoning by Suzanne Minor Our patients' decisions are their own...but it may make them no more easy to understand. In this essay, Dr. Minor explores her own reactions to, and challenges with, accepting the decisions made by a patient.
Contributor: Adam SapersteinAugust 24, 2015Topics: / / Keywords: / / / /
Pulse The Pros and Cons of Living with a Terminal Illness by Ellen Diamond An interesting perspective describing ways that a chronic or terminal illness can have advantages as well as disadvantages.
Contributor: Adam SapersteinJanuary 31, 2015Topics: Keywords: / / / / / / / /
reaction, emotion, decision, patient, relationship, mistake, empathy, outcomes, boundaries Interview with Danielle Ofri, Author of What Doctors Feel (26:33) Discussion of the impact a provider’s emotional reaction has on the way we treat patients. Also discusses relationships between providers and patients.
Contributor: AdminJanuary 8, 2015Topics: Keywords: / / / / / / / /
YouTube Daniel Kahneman Interview by the Guardian Kahneman discusses the relationship between reactions, congition, and biases.
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Harvard Business Review Decisions and Desire – Harvard Business Review Emotions guide decision-making in ways that may challenge our view of “the rational mind”.
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Kevin MD When a patient evokes an emotional reaction from a physician by Brian Goldman, MD Some patients are “difficult” not because of their pathology, but because they evoke reactions in their providers.
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New York Times Doctors Have Feelings, Too by Danielle Ofri – New York Times The impact our emotional reactions can have on the way we treat patients.
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