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Physician Burnout Burnout in medicine is real.  From EMR, to physicians utilizing APPs as assets and not providers, to insurance company regulations and demanding patients.  This lecture focuses on paradigm changes to restructure our psychology in medicine and provide strategies to rekindle the spark. After completing this course, participants will be able to know the four components of emotional intelligence and key point indicators for setting and achieving goals to improve performance at work. This course focus on how to rekindle your spark in medicine and prevent/mitigate burnout. Burnout is a personal problem.  We will discuss the burnout rate and literature revolving around statistics, but this course is for those who are presently struggling or want to take steps to mitigate that risk.  We will focus on the provider and their locus of control. Effectiveness in Medicine - Practice Medicine Effectively Coming Soon...

Burnout in Medicine

  • Ways to Mitigate Burnout – Enhancing Emotional Intelligence
  • Connect with Patients and Purpose – Influence & Effectiveness
  • Protecting Self to Reduce Burnout – Medical Error Reduction
  • Protecting Self to Reduce Burnout – Medical Malpractice Defense
  • Change Management
  • Effective Communication

Effectiveness in Medicine

  • Demonstrate techniques for connecting with patients and healthcare team members. 
  • Identify strengths and opportunities for personal development as a leader. 
  • Elicit patient and healthcare team members’ perspectives by focusing on them as individuals. 
  • Learn to negotiate and collaborate with others in your practice setting. 
  • Describe the evidence for utilizing the Enhanced Relationship Principles approach to encounters with patients and healthcare team members. 
  • Incorporate skills to treat patients more professionally and effectively. 
  • Discuss clarity and conciseness, two essential communication skills for advanced practice providers.
  • Apply persuasive communication skills clearly and concisely to promote actionable steps among your healthcare team members and patients. 
  • Describe the importance of fundamental provider to provider and provider to patient communication. 
  • Use communication skills to enhance both collaboration in the workplace and patient experience. 
  • Demonstrate various communication styles to effectively energize and engage your healthcare team members and patients.
  • Develop strategies to effectively manage conflict and resistance to change. 
  • Implement mindfulness concepts and principles to reduce stress, increase satisfaction and improve connection with patients and healthcare team members. 
  • Consider more effective ways to prepare for and address challenges in the ever-changing healthcare environment. 
  • Recognize the impact negative stress has on performance. 
  • Commit concepts and principles designed to reduce stress and reduce the risk of healthcare burnout.

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