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Episode 164 : Jamie Coleman On Working Long Hours

Featured Guest: Jamie Coleman

  • Jan 15, 2020
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“What is the physiologic stress a surgeon goes through?”

Dr. Jamie Coleman is a Trauma Surgeon & Director of Communications and Outreach at Denver Health, & Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. She is also a leader in studying the impact of physicians working long hours.  We discuss her compelling work studying the impact of sleep deprivation as well as the impact of “Scarcity Mindset” in medicine.

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Key Learnings

1. Trauma surgery as a conversation starter & how working long hours is a place of curiosity

2. The lack of education around being “on call”

3. How Jamie feels after being on call and how long it takes to recover

4. The physical demands of being on call

5. The mindset Jamie carries into Trauma call

6. What is trauma call like?

7. How Jamie’s research is the first step towards getting better

8. The current state for Trauma surgeons

9. Recognizing the “supply issue” and impact of Scarcity Mindset

Links

Twitter @jjcolemanmd

Article on sleep deprivation in Journal of American College of Surgeons

MDEdge article

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