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M.ED: Medical Education for the Practicing Clinician By Kerry Whittemore, MD.
Duration: 33:03
Today is the first in a two part series on provider wellness.
Our guest for this episode of M.ED is Dr. Amy Locke. Dr. Locke is Chief Wellness Officer for University of Utah Health and a family physician. She is also the Executive Director of the University of Utah Health Resiliency Center, wh
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Today is the first in a two part series on provider wellness.
Our guest for this episode of M.ED is Dr. Amy Locke. Dr. Locke is Chief Wellness Officer for University of Utah Health and a family physician. She is also the Executive Director of the University of Utah Health Resiliency Center, which is designed to foster wellness and resilience for all employees. She completed her medical degree and residency training at the University of Michigan medical school and then joined the University of Utah in 2015.
In this episode, Dr. Locke discusses provider burnout, both in general and during the COVID pandemic. We also discuss how this is a unique time in medicine to reimagine the future of how we think about the health of populations and the wellbeing of people who work in healthcare.
On March 30th we will be publishing the second episode on provider wellness, a conversation with Dr. Jake Van Epps, a psychologist at the University of Utah Health Resiliency Center. He will give us many practical tips to address provider wellness.
You can find additional resources on physician burnout and free AMA CME credit information at
https://medicine.utah.edu/students/programs/md/curriculum/ruute/preceptor/cme-podcast.php
The website for the resiliency center at the University of Utah Health can be found here: https://healthcare.utah.edu/wellness/resiliency-center/, with information available both to employees of the University of Utah, as well as the public.
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