What Happened When One Doctor Reimagined the Hippocratic Oath by Focusing on the Well-being of Health Care Professionals
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Mukta Panda, MD, MACP, FRCP-London, award-winning physician, speaker, and facilitator as well as Professor of Medicine and the Assistant Dean for Well-being and Student Education at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga, brought the wisdom she gained through decades of practicing medicine in places all over the world. An author of over 60 publications, including Resilient Threads: Weaving Joy and Meaning into Well-being, the most common thread in Dr. Panda’s decades-long work is a dedication to transforming the foundation of patient care and promoting the well-being of health care professionals. Listen to the episode to learn more about Dr. Panda’s “How to Live” art therapy curriculum, used to unpack the difficult and uncomfortable emotions and conversations health care professionals experience, what she believes it will take to transform patient care, her unique technique for creating what she calls, “a culture of belonging” where health care professionals work and learn, and more!
“Finding Joy: The Health Care Professional’s Journey to Well-being" is a podcast resource developed by a team of interprofessional education researchers from Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane. They’re promoting well-being among students, faculty, and healthcare professionals during challenging times. Funding is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
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• Claire Martin-Tellis, Executive Producer, and Solen Aref, student intern, who developed the first five episodes of the “Finding Joy” podcast.
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