Social networks (and more) are necessary for student and faculty resilience

Medical Education
William P Burdick

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References

Nov 21, 2018·The Australian Journal of Rural Health·Sarath Burgis-KasthalaMalcolm Moore

Citations

Jul 27, 2007·The New England Journal of Medicine·Nicholas A Christakis, James H Fowler
Aug 5, 2008·Medical Teacher·David P Rakel, Joan Hedgecock
Sep 29, 2009·The Journal of Rural Health : Official Journal of the American Rural Health Association and the National Rural Health Care Association·Margaret Wells
Mar 21, 2012·Medical Education·Patricia TempskiHelena B M S Paro
Mar 21, 2012·Medical Education·Amanda HoweAndrea Stöckl
Jul 5, 2013·Education for Health : Change in Training & Practice·Lisa Jane ChaffeyGerard Anthony Finnigan
Jun 12, 2014·Academic Medicine : Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges·William P Burdick

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