Vi finns till för patienternas skull. För att kunna ge god vård och omvårdnad, och ett vettigt mellanmänskligt bemötande så behöver vi själva må bra. Hur gör man det? Hur skapar vi förutsättningar för att må bra, ta hand om oss själva och varandra?

Gissningsvis finns många svar, vi är alla olika.
Gissningsvis finns det också några saker som är gemensamt för många av oss.

Att ha stöd av kollegor, tid för återhämtning och reflektion är viktigt.
Stort ansvar, tidspress och små möjligheter att påverka, liksom sömnbrist är riskfaktorer för burnout.
Att ha stöd hemma, goda relationer, träna fysiskt är också hälsobringande faktorer.

Personligen så upplever jag att det är viktigt att kunna vara stolt över den vård man har möjlighet att ge sina patienter. Att ha möjlighet att ställa frågor utifrån nyfikenhet till sina patienter och kollegor. Att ha en relation till sina arbetskamrater, och också till sina patienter. Att göra ett bra jobb. Det gör att jobbet ger energi, inte tar.

En av de största riskfaktorerna för att må dåligt på jobbet är att att som läkare uppleva att man begått medicinska fel. Det ger både oro och ångest och en osäkerhet när i framtida handläggningar.

Några enkla tips om Wellness på jobbet från EMcases:

  • ”Failing up”, dvs ha en strategi för när du gör fel.
  • Ta hand om dig.
  • Träna dig på att ha en välvillig inställning, också till dig själv.
  • Mindfulness
  • Motståndskraft
  • Engagera dig i jobbet
  • Sömnhygien.

 

Artiklar om wellbeing och resilience

Om du bara skall läsa / lyssna på en artikel, så skulle jag rekommenderar EMcases 103.

Ep 103 Preventing Burnout and Promoting Wellness in Emergency Medicine

Resilience

betyder ungefär ”motståndskraft” mot tex utmattning. Här är en artikel som belyser resilience.

What we don’t talk about when we talk about professionalism: Resilience

https://learning.bmj.com/learning/module-intro/resilience.html?moduleId=10060244

http://www.emtraineesassociation.co.uk/stress-burnout–resilience.html

https://www.acepnow.com/article/resilience-training-mindfulness-can-ease-emergency-department-stress/

 

Lite artiklar:

  1. 2001 Jan;52(2):215-22. Interventions to improve physicians’ well-being and patient care. Firth-Cozens J1.
  2. 2016 Oct 31;8:71-80. doi: 10.2147/JHL.S93896. eCollection 2016. The relationship between leadership and physician well-being: a scoping review. Montgomery AJ1.

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