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2018 Denver Balint Training Intensive
Reading Resources
Section One - Nuts & Bolts
Balint Groups: The Nuts and Bolts of Making Better Doctors
Research on Balint Groups: A Literature Review
A Brief History and Introduction to Balint Group Process
Balint Group Process: An Introduction to Balint Work
Balint Groups and the Balint Method
Balint Groups: Definition and Users' Guide
Essential and Desirable Characteristics of a Balint Group
Essential Characteristics of Effective Balint Group Leadership
Some Random Thoughts About Balint Group Pitfalls, Pratfalls and Potholes
Consultation Skills and the Work of Michael Balint
Leadership Roles - Task Maintenance
The Doctor, His Patient & The Illness - excerpts
Introducing & Integrating Reflective Practices in Medical Education

Section 2 - Effects and Outcome Studies
Appropriate training based on Balint groups can improve the empathic abilities of medical students: A Preliminary Study
A Preliminary Investigation of Balint and Non-Balint Behavioral Medicine Training
Balint Groups as a Means to Increase Job Satisfaction & Prevent Burnout
Burnout, Psychological Skills & Empathy: Balint Training in Obstetrics & Gynecology Residents
Integrating Intuition and Reasoning: How Balint Groups Can Help Medical Decision Making
The Possibilities of Patient-Centered Medicine
Helping Doctors Develop

Section 3 - Balint Groups Beyond Residency

Balint Groups for Therapists
Method for Collaborative Care Among Rural Family Physicians and Nurse Practitioners
A Role for Balint Groups in Medical Student Training
Is There a Place for Balint in Vocational Training?
Balint Groups to Address Countertransference & Burnout in Palliative and End-of-Life Care

Section 4 - Trouble in the Group

Seeing the Patient Through an Opium Haze
Parenting and Balint Leadership: Raising Emotionally Intelligent Doctors
The Contagious Leader
Balinting Balint: The Resusitation of a Resident Balint Group
The Darker Side of Groups

Section 5 - General Interest

The Current Status of Balint Groups: A 10-yr Follow-up Study 1990-2000
STFM Annotated Balint Bibliography

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