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Urology resident wellness curriculum improves burnout rates


In this video, Jennifer M. Taylor, MD, MPH, also shares one of her strategies to cope with burnout and provides advice for others struggling with burnout.

A recent study published in Urology Practice sought to evaluated the impact of a 5-pronged “Resident Wellness Curriculum” on burnout among urology residents. The program includes one-on-one structured mentorship and social outings, and after its introduction, burnout rates improved significantly. In this video, Jennifer M. Taylor, MD, MPH, discusses the program and how it has improved burnout rates. Taylor is Assistant Professor of Urologic Oncology, Director of Medical Student Education, and Associate Residency Program Director, Scott Department of Urology, Baylor College of Medicine.

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