Wellness/Burnout Screening Tool
During GME training and even afterwards during independent practice, the risk of burnout is high. It’s important to self-assess and evaluate your own resilience and risk for burnout throughout your career. Below is a link to a self-assessment well-being screening tool that is free and confidential.
This link connects to a free 7-question screening tool that evaluates fatigue, depression, burnout, anxiety/stress, and mental/physical quality of life. This tool is anonymous and no information is shared with anyone. Graduate Medical Education won’t have access to any of the information; the only information available to GME will be the number of trainees using the screening tool over time from our institution. After completion of the questions, scores are compared to normative data from a national sample of U.S. residents and fellows. There is also an option to sign up and create an account if you would like to track your well-being over time. If you are not interested, you can skip this step and directly get your results.
Wellness in Training Committee
The University of Kentucky Wellness In Training Committee is devoted to helping physicians-in-training (ranging from medical students to residents/fellows) achieve their highest potential through the integration of the physical, social, emotional, environmental and economic aspects of wellness. This Committee was established in the fall of 2017 to develop recommendations for a systematic and sustainable approach to support wellness and resilience within our trainees. This Committee is co-chaired by Dr. Asha Shenoi, Assistant Dean, Graduate Medical Education, and Dr. Andrew Hoellein, Associate Dean, Student Affairs. The Wellness in Training Committee has a broad representation and input from house staff, students, residency program directors and faculty.
Trainees interested in driving wellness efforts are encouraged to participate as a Committee member. For more information, please email Co-chair, Dr. Asha Shenoi at email@example.com.
The Medical Center at Bowling Green is committed to foster psychological safety of the learning environment through enhancing resident and faculty investment in patient safety culture. The Medical Center introduces new residents to our patient safety culture through providing content during our Graduate Medical Education orientation and throughout each programs’ curriculum.