- Learning to Address
- Impairment and
- Fatigue to
- Enhance Patient Safety
"The LIFE Curriculum is a collaborative effort of Duke University Hospital,
the UNC Hospitals, the NC AHEC, and the NC Physician's Health Program to assist
graduate medical education programs, their residents, and faculty to prevent,
identify, and manage resident fatigue and impairment. The project is funded in
part by a grant from the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation." -- from the
To gain a better understanding of the LIFE Curriculum and its contents, go to
Program Tour page.
Since the LIFE Curriculum could be a useful tool for you as a program
director to educate your residents and faculty and to enhance your own knowledge
and skills, the GME Office at UAMS would like to make it readily available to
you. You may obtain the curriculum in three ways.
Follow the links below to download the files to your computer.
If a popup window appears, click on "save." These files are
large and may take a few minutes to dowload. Once on your computer, you will
unzip them. Then, double click on the file entitled "launch.exe."
If you want to burn the files to a CD, you may do so.
LIFE CD 1
- Stress and Depression
- Substance Abuse
- Disruptive Behavior
LIFE CD 2
- Boundary Violations
- Instructive Feedback
LIFE CD 3
- Legal Issues in Residency Training
- Among the Generations in Medicine
- Recruiting the Right Applicants
- Staying in the Program Director Role
(these are pdf files)
Follow this link to view the files online at
Once the new window opens, click on the New user? link at the top of the page.
The registration process is fairly painless, and there is no cost to access
Anna Moses to obtain CDs of the curriculum.
You will need to provide
Anna with three blank CDs.
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