Voices from the Residents 2020: A Collection of 55-Word Stories from Residents at the University of Utah

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Title Voices from the Residents 2020: A Collection of 55-Word Stories from Residents at the University of Utah
Subject Part One: The Learning Process; Part Two: The Handling of Emotion; Part Three: The Inadequacy of Care; About the Authors
Description Voices from Residents is a forum for residents from the University of Utah to share stories of their experiences in medicine; to promote resilience and prevent burn-out by normalizing vulnerabilities experienced in medicine; to provide role-modeling for medical students; and to showcase the creative talents of residents. Resident writing occurs in the tension of being an expert yet learner, and navigates emotional, psychological, and existential challenges often confronted yet frequently silenced in the culture of medicine. In the curation of this collection, three themes emerged: a focus on learning, handling emotion, and struggling with limitations of medical care.
Relation is Part of Rubor: Reflections on Medicine from the Wasatch Front: 2020 (Issue 8)
Publisher University of Utah Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities
Date 2020
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Rights Management Copyright © 2020 University of Utah Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities
Language eng
ARK ark:/87278/s6c59b40
Setname ehsl_rubor
Date Created 2020-12-01
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 1614715
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6c59b40