Humanistic Stories About the Workplace and Resident Wellness: a Missing Connection?

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2020-07-14

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Pham, Tony V, Kearsley A Stewart and Jane P Gagliardi (2020). Humanistic Stories About the Workplace and Resident Wellness: a Missing Connection?. Academic psychiatry : the journal of the American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training and the Association for Academic Psychiatry. 10.1007/s40596-020-01277-y Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/21295.

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Stewart

Kearsley A Stewart

Professor of the Practice of Global Health
Gagliardi

Jane Patricia Gagliardi

Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Jane P. Gagliardi, MD, MHS, FACP, DFAPA completed medical school, residency training in combined internal medicine-psychiatry, and her masters of health science in the clinical research training program at Duke, where she has remained on faculty since completing residency training. Dr. Gagliardi has been involved in the educational programs in the Department of Medicine, where she served as Clerkship Director and Director of Undergraduate Medical Education for nearly a decade through June, 2014 and in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, where she served as the Associate Program Director for the Psychiatry Residency Training Program from 2011 till 2013, Director of the Psychiatry Residency Training Program from 2013 through 2019, and Director of the Medicine-Psychiatry Residency Training Program starting in 2019. She served as Vice Chair for Education in Psychiatry from 2014 though 2021. She is a small group leader in the medical school Clinical Skills course and founded and co-directs the medical school Evidence-Based Medicine course. Dr. Gagliardi is particularly interested in the interplay between patient safety measures, various pressures in medicine including implementation of the electronic health record, and medical education, and equity, and she has worked to develop and encourage projects in patient safety and quality improvement. She does inpatient clinical work in both departments, spending time on the General Medicine, inpatient Psychiatry, combined Medicine-Psychiatry, Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, and Emergency Psychiatry services.


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