Conversations with Jillian Horton

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Developed in collaboration with Dr. Jillian Horton to support the Royal College Physician Wellness theme, this series of video interviews provides an opportunity for you to reflect on wellness and coping in these challenging times. Each interview is supplemented with expert analysis of "key moments" to guide reflection and further personal development.

Price

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Learning Outcomes

This learning activity consists of several individual videos which will evolve over time. You may view one or as many as you like. By the end of each video in the series, you will be able to:

  • Identify methods used by Royal College Fellows to cope with adversity.
  • Recall current literature that supports evidence-based methods and research supporting physician wellness.
  • Develop a personal learning plan or performance feedback guide to guide further personal wellness development plans.

Intended Audience

Designed for a broad range of specialists and other health care professionals, this series should appeal to anyone seeking to enhance their understanding of resiliency, coping and vulnerability in the clinical milieu.

MOC Credits

This activity is eligible for Section 2 or 3 credits in the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

  • You may claim 0.5 Section 2 credits for each video watched and additional credits should you spend time developing a personal learning plan.
  • You may claim Section 3 credits should you obtain feedback on your performance based on what you have learned.

Time Commitment

It should take approximately 30-60 minutes to view a video in the series. Additional self-directed study may require a greater time investment.

System Requirements

We have tested the learning environment and cases to function properly on the most up to date version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge on  desktop  and tablet  devices. Tablet devices should have a minimum resolution of 2048 x 1536. While the activity may work properly on other systems not described above we cannot guarantee full functionality.

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