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PERSPECTIVES IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE

Welcome to the Maimonides Medical Center Emergency Medicine Clerkship!

During the next four weeks, we will introduce you to basic wellness concepts and provide you with concrete skills to help you to address any stressors that you may encounter during the remaining time in medical school, transition to residency, and beyond. This course will consist of four one-hour classroom sessions during your didactic day. You will have prerequisite readings and videos to review prior to each class, as well as a short written assignment. We think that you find these both interesting and enlightening. Finally, at the end of the course, you will leave here with an individualized wellness plan that will hopefully serve you well in the months and years to come. Looking forward to working with you!

Sincerely,

Arlene S. Chung, MD, Perspectives facilitator

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Be able to explain foundational wellness concepts, such as stress, burnout, continuous partial attention, meditation, and mindfulness
  • Practice a regular schedule of meditation
  • Create a wellness plan using mindfulness-based strategies to address individual risk factors for developing burnout

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Click on the links below to view prerequisite readings and videos for each session, short assignments, more information on the daily practice journal and individual wellness plan, grading, and course evaluation.

SESSION ONE: The Basics

SESSION TWO: Practicing Mindfulness

SESSION THREE: Mindfulness in Daily Life

SESSION FOUR: Reflections on Mindfulness

Daily Practice Journal

Individual Wellness Plan

Grading and Course Evaluation