|ECR 2019 / C-3019|
|Use of a novel curriculum based on trauma theory to build resilience in radiology and emergency medicine residents|
Baseline burnout data: On the aMBI, at baseline, radiology and emergency medicine residents were reported to have fairly high levels of personal accomplishment (mean: 12.5; SD 3.3). Emotional exhaustion scores (mean: 10.3; SD 4.2) were slightly more elevated than depersonalization scores (mean: 8.6; SD 3.9). (Table 2)
Curriculum assessment: Of the 12 participants who completed the post session assessment, 11 (92%) rated the overall quality of the session as very good or good. Most (83%) of the participants felt extremely or very comfortable utilizing the wellbeing resources available to them at our institution, compared to when asked prior to the session (11/34; 32%). At the post assessment, almost all (92%) were very or somewhat likely to attend a similar session if offered again, with feelings maintained (11/11; 100%) at the one-month follow-up period, and a majority of participants (75%) reported the session to have changed the way they thought about their burnout or stress.