Resident Well-Being Book by MCW Authors Available at MCW Libraries
June 15, 2018 - MCW Libraries has purchased a copy of Resident Well-Being: A Guide for Residency Programs for the library collection. The book is on 7-day reserve at the Todd Wehr Library Circulation Desk. The call number is W 20 P637r 2017. See the SEEK record (online catalog) for availability information.
Resident Well-Being is a tool for residency program directors, coordinators, and faculty to teach residents to pay more attention to their self-care and understand how their wellness influences the care they give their patients. This resource will specifically address how to help residents with burnout, depression, stress, and work-life balance. Training tools are included, as well as case studies and examples from various programs about the tools they have implemented for resident wellness.
This book will help you:
- Assess your program for resident wellness
- Identify signs of burnout and depression in residents
- Create a safe working and social environment for residents to excel
Alicia M. Pilarski, DO, is an associate professor and clinical faculty in emergency medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW)/Froedtert Hospital.
Jill Simonson, BA, C-TAGME, is the education program manager, Department of Emergency Medicine, at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Larisa D. Coldebella, MD, is a clinical assistant professor, emergency medicine, University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville and served previously as MCW Emergency Medicine Residency program education chief.
Nancy Jacobson, MD, is an assistant professor and clinical faculty in emergency medicine at MCW/Froedtert Hospital.
Loice Swisher, MD, FAAEM, is a clinical associate professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Drexel University College of Medicine.
Nicole Lopez, MD, is an emergency medicine resident at MCW/Froedtert Hospital.
Angelo Perino Jr., MD, is a clinical assistant professor, emergency medicine, University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville and graduated from the MCW Emergency Medicine Residency program.
For more information, contact the Medical College of Wisconsin Libraries at (414) 955-8302 or LibraryTW@mcw.libanswers.com.