Join Frances Mei Hardin, an otolaryngologist, as we delve into the world of distress tolerance in medical residency training. Discover practical techniques, real-life anecdotes, and evidence-based practices to help residents navigate the intense and challenging environment of medical training. Learn how distress tolerance skills, including radical acceptance and TIPP techniques, can be valuable tools for maintaining well-being and enhancing patient care.
Frances Mei Hardin is an otolaryngologist.
She discusses the KevinMD article, “Skills for resident physicians to increase distress tolerance.”
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