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Physician PTSD—5 tips to disrupt the cycle →



Pamela Wible: Today we’re gonna talk about physician PTSD. Sydney, you’ve been working with physicians with PTSD for nearly a decade and just came back from a personal retreat where you spent four days with a very successful emergency doctor suffering from PTSD.

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Physician resistance, distraction & the saboteur →

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Physician psychology 101—a series of article are brought to you by Sydney Ashland & Pamela Wible, MD.

RESISTANCE

Resistance is protective energy that often derails us before we even really get started. It can be experienced from within or without. It is an energy designed to keep us safe.

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How to stop pimping at your medical school (& heal yourself) →

Pimping is a “teaching” technique in which a student is grilled with rapid-fire questions (often about obscure medical minutiae). These much-feared public interrogation sessions can be so malicious that the student may be left crying—in front of peers, staff, and patients. Alison, a physician in the UK,

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