ACGME Back to Bedside Initiative: Humanism Rounds

In this presentation from the Baylor College of Medicine Department of Medicine and Center for Professionalism, several speakers address the issue of physician burnout. Dr. Stacey R. Rose, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, introduces the three speakers and highlights the importance of physicians connecting with patients to improve physician well-being.

Dr. Kristy Rialon discusses the effects of physician burnout on residents, and how burnout impacts the attitude of residents toward patients. She also describes the ACGME Back to Bedside Initiative which aims at reducing burnout.

Drs. Brett Styskel and Reina Styskel, both internal medicine residents, detail the 2018 Back to Bedside Initiative: Humanism Rounds project that they led at Baylor College of Medicine to improve physician well-being.

Disclosures

The following individual(s) has/have reported financial or other relationship(s) with commercial entities whose products/services may relate to the educational content of this activity:

Presenters

  1. Kristy Rialon, M.D.

    Kristy Rialon, M.D.

    Assistant Professor of Surgery
    Baylor College of Medicine

    Disclosure:

    Nothing to disclose.

  2. Stacey Rubin Rose, M.D., F.A.C.P.

    Stacey Rubin Rose, M.D., F.A.C.P.

    Assistant Dean of Clinical Curriculum
    Baylor College of Medicine

    Disclosure:

    Nothing to disclose.

  3. Brett Styskel, M.D. Placeholder Image

    Brett Styskel, M.D.

    Internal Medicine Resident
    Baylor College of Medicine

    Disclosure:

    Nothing to disclose.

  4. Reina Styskel, M.D. Placeholder Image

    Reina Styskel, M.D.

    Internal Medicine Resident
    Baylor College of Medicine

    Disclosure:

    Nothing to disclose.