Academic Bullying in the Medical Setting – PediaCast CME 080
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- Dr Maya Iyer visits the studio as we consider academic bullying in the medical setting. We explore typical patterns of bullying, the impact these behaviors have on individuals, institutions and patient care… and strategic interventions aimed at reducing incidence and impact. We hope you can join us!
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- Academic Bullying in the Medical Setting
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Define academic bullying and describe typical patterns of bullying behavior.
- Recognize the impact academic bullying has on individuals, institutions and patient care.
- Outline the typical characteristics of bullies and victims.
- Identify strategic interventions aimed at reducing the incidence of academic bullying.
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- Presence and Comprehensiveness of Antibullying Policies for Faculty at US Medical Schools
- Measuring Exposure to Bullying and Harassment at Work
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