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Applying the Action Sets to Address the Unique Needs of Medical Students, Residents, and Fellows 

Applying the Action Sets to Address the Unique Needs of Medical Students, Residents, and Fellows
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Applying the Action Sets to Address the Unique Needs of Medical Students, Residents, and Fellows
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Stephen J. Swensen

, and Tait D. Shanafelt

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780190848965.003.0033
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date: 02 July 2022

Although medical students, residents, and fellows have some drivers of professional distress that differ from those of practicing clinicians, the themes of Agency, Coherence, and Camaraderie are equally relevant. As described, actions in the Intervention Triad can be adapted and used as a framework to decrease burnout and promote esprit de corps among trainees as part of a comprehensive educational program initiative to address unique needs of the target group.

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