Chief Energy Officer addresses “How Resiliency Skills Help Physicians”

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Developing Resiliency skills has been shown to help prevent burnout. Sarah Steele, MBA, wrote in OnCall Magazine how 78 percent of physicians have experienced feelings of burnout. The good news is that Resiliency skills can be learned and developed. Steele writes that one way to do this is by practicing TRACOM’s Nine Elements of Resiliency, which include:

  • Personal Responsibility
  • Realistic Optimism
  • Personal Beliefs
  • Self-Composure
  • Problem Solving
  • Goal Orientation
  • Courageous Communication
  • Social Suport

Practicing these elements of Resiliency can equip physicians and doctors to better handle challenges when they happen. Not only do these Resilience practices help doctors, they can be applied to any industry or career. Instead of bouncing back in the face of stress, it’s important to develop Resilience skills that will help you bounce forward.

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“Each small step toward improving Resiliency will help reduce the risk of burnout, benefiting physicians, their families and their patients.”

— Sarah Steele MBA, Chief Energy Officer


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Julia serves as Digital & Content Marketing Manager for TRACOM. She enjoys creation of content and keeping up with the latest trends. When she's not writing or hiking, you'll find her baking something sweet while chugging re-heated coffee.

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