On the Academic Medicine Podcast, hosts Toni Gallo and associate editor Dr. Colin West (@ColinWestMDPhD) and guest Dr. Jonathan Ripp discuss the state of clinician well-being during COVID-19 and how it’s similar or different to what we’ve seen before. Dr. Ripp talks about what he and his colleagues at Mount Sinai are doing to identify and mitigate stressors for clinicians and support their workforce. And the group looks to the future and what well-being issues we might see as a result of the pandemic.
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Read Dr. Ripp’s commentary, “Attending to the Emotional Well-Being of the Health Care Workforce in a New York City Health System During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” discussed in this episode, at academicmedicine.org.
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Ripp J, Peccoralo L, Charney D. Attending to the emotional well-being of the health care workforce in a New York City health system during the COVID-19 pandemic [published online ahead-of-print April 10, 2020]. Acad Med.