Recent Papers, Podcasts and Blog Posts from Nicole Battaglioli, MD
March 18, 2019
HIGH PREVALENCE OF BURNOUT AMONG US EMERGENCY MEDICINE RESIDENTS: RESULTS FROM THE 2017 NATIONAL EMERGENCY MEDICINE WELLNESS SURVEY
The majority of US emergency medicine residents responding to this survey reported symptoms consistent with burnout, highlighting that physician burnout in the emergency medicine profession seems to begin as early as residency training. These findings may provide a baseline against which future work can be compared.
February 19, 2017
The Resident Wellness Consensus Summit was a unique and novel consensus meeting, involving residents as the primary stakeholders. The summit demonstrated that it is possible to galvanize a large group of stakeholders in a relatively short time by creating robust trust, communication, and online learning networks to create resources that support resident wellness.
April 30, 2018
CONFRONTING STRESS BEFORE AND AFTER HIGH ACUITY SHIFTS: A DISCUSSION WITH PERFORMANCE PSYCHOLOGIST DR. JASON BROOKS.
Members of the ALiEM Wellness Think Tankrecently spoke with performance psychologist Dr. Jason Brooks about how to mend these wounds and improve performance in the workplace. We provide a summary of our conversation and link to the podcast.
Let's normalize the conversation and talk postpartum mood disorders! These can include postpartum anxiety, depression, and even psychosis. These are more common than you think. When are the timeframes, who is at risk, and how can you as a provider help?
February 9, 2020
This paper discusses the outcomes from the 2019 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Wellness Research Consensus Conference.
February 10, 2020
This review summarises the existing literature on IS among practising physicians and physicians in training, providing valuable insights and areas for future research.