Additions to the medical curriculum that promote mindfulness and compassion may serve to mitigate against the damaging effects of burnout, derogatory language, and exposure to behaviors that contradict the moral and ethical values inherent in the practice of medicine.
Kathleen Walsh TulleyVice President, Content https://www.rheumatologyadvisor.com
Kathleen Walsh Tulley is VP/Content for the Haymarket Medical Network, part of the Medical Communications Group of Haymarket Media. She holds a BA in English from CUNY Hunter College and an MA in Community Health from CUNY Brooklyn College. Prior to joining Haymarket in 2015, Kathleen was the Director of Editorial Services for Medscape Education, where she was involved in the creation of educational programs for an audience of physicians, nurses, and pharmacists, covering more than 30 clinical specialties.