In this episode of Moral Matters, Drs. Simon Talbot and Wendy Dean discuss their own experiences with personal challenges that led them to develop the framework of moral injury.
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Conversations about moral injury in healthcare and elsewhere, how it affects us all, and the growing need for change, with the authors of the STATNews article that started it all, Wendy Dean, MD and Simon G. Talbot, MD. This is Episode 1: Introducing Moral Matters.
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00:00 – Introduction
0:26 – Our goals
1:00 – Who we are
3:50 – What is the essence of distress?
4:15 – Resilient, but still burned out
5:26 – What is the right diagnosis?
6:30 – The genesis of Moral Injury
7:32 – Moral Injury’s relationship to burnout
11:00 – Defining Moral Injury
12:00 – Contributing factors
15:15 – Cross-pollination for innovative, thoughtful solutions
During this pandemic, most people have been grateful for the courage of medical workers. We have heard about the physical demands and emotional burnout they have suffered; but far less about moral injury.
In this episode, Dr. Keith Corl, an emergency and critical care physician offers a personal and professional understanding of moral injury of physicians, both before and during COVID-19. Listen to Voice America: Beyond Burnout: The Moral Injury of Doctors below!
The intense decisions clinicians have to make during the pandemic don’t just cause burnout. They cause moral injury. Hosted by Arielle Duhaime-Ross (@adrs), host and lead reporter of Reset.
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What is moral injury and why is it important? Wendy Dean, MD, helps guide us in this conversation about Moral Injury and why it is so important in the context of COVID-19. This is our second appearance on the Happy Doc Podcast. Thanks for having us back, Dr. Brana!