Burnout is common among medical trainees but can be difficult to teach. Arts-integrated curricula can increase learner engagement with a difficult topics, teaching both the core subject area and an art skills, with learning objectives in both. This is a novel arts-integrated workshop run by the authors at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital for Internal Medicine residents (and subsequently for learners in other specialties and institutions). Please see additional materials for facilitator notes as well as handout.
1. Discuss professional emotions and behaviors related to burnout
2. Identify compositional techniques that enhance the meaning of an image
3. Create a photograph representing burnout
Recommended CitationDiemer, MD, Gretchen; Mingioni, MD, Nina; and Dean, Med, Heather, "Recognizing Burnout: Arts-Integrated Workshop" (2020). Medical Education Teaching Tools. Paper 3.