ABOUT NICOLE BATTAGLIOLI, MD
MedEd Educator With a Focus on Wellness
I am an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Emory University. My educational focus is on learner centered learning theory, physician wellness and learner remediation through an assessment based executive coaching model.
PROJECTS AND INTERESTS
ACADEMIC LIFE IN EM
*ALIEM CHIEF OF TEAM ALIGNMENT AND DEVELOPMENT*!
Academic Life in EM (ALiEM) is a virtually- based, social enterprise, medical education startup. ALiEM's vision is to lead as a respected institution in advancing education, career development, and community building globally using digital technologies in emergency medicine and other health professions.
Dr. Battaglioli has worked with ALiEM's Chief Resident Incubator, is the Co-Founder of the Wellness Think Tank and currently focuses on team coaching professional development.
Medicine is a culture of with high levels of moral injury and burnout. My research and education efforts focus on physician resilience and well-being and systems- level change.
Dr. Battaglioli lectures on the topics of; Second Victim Syndrome, team debriefing, addressing an "at risk" colleague, Postpartum Mood Disorders and other wellness themed topics.
Dr. Battaglioli is also a project mentor for the Council of Residency Directors Wellness Mini-Fellowship and a Senior Advisor for the ALiEM Wellness Think Tank.
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
Creating an optimal training and work environment requires an awareness of unconscious biases that exist and focused education. Creating more diverse teams with varied opinions is crucial for continued growth and excellence.
I am passionate about identifying and creating awareness of gender-based inequities that exist in the training environment.
Many physicians early in their career suffer from poor work-life integration and imposter syndrome— I work with early career physicians and trainees as an executive coach to develop resilience, confidence and set goals.