Episode 30: Moral Injury in Healthcare

Episode 30: Moral Injury in Healthcare

In this episode, I interview Elizabeth Holman, PsyD who is the palliative care psychologist at a Hospital in Colorado where she also serves on the ethics consult service. She is the handler of facility dog Tootsie and her research has focused on human-animal interactions.

  Elizabeth shares her journey through burnout and how she overcame it. She describes what moral injury is, when it occurs and how it impacts healthcare providers. She describes the differences between burnout and moral injury. Elizabeth shares more about what the nonprofit on Moral injury and how they help people and organizations. She also discusses ways providers can move through it.  

Resources Mentioned


Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In, By Roger Fisher, William L, Ury, and Bruce Patton    https://amzn.to/3lUQRHk


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