What the Editors are reading: Quality improvement and patient safety

      As Covid-19 has entered its fourth wave, yet again, the annual in-person meetings of both the ESPU and AUA/SPU, have been cancelled. Clearly this impacts our comradery and ability to network, not to mention the knowledge we gain from de-facto, informal meeting at coffee breaks and other social opportunities which arise at face to face meetings that we have been so accustomed to attending. The lack of personal contact and perpetuation of virtual communication influences our well-being and resiliency, and how we educate one another and those who we are training. Given the disruptive impact of the pandemic on our own humanistic qualities and those for whom we care, the articles which we have chosen to review this month are related primarily to burnout/well-being and teaching methodologies for medical trainees. It is incumbent on us as leaders and educators to be innovative and supportive in enhancing the wellness and educational opportunities of those who will succeed us, not to mention our peer group and ourselves.
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