William Bynum
William Bynum
Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine
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When I say… hermeneutic phenomenology
W Bynum, L Varpio
Medical Education 52 (3), 252-253, 2018
The missing link: connection is the key to resilience in medical education
KM McKenna, DA Hashimoto, MS Maguire, WE Bynum
Academic Medicine 91 (9), 1197-1199, 2016
Shame, guilt, and the medical learner: ignored connections and why we should care
WE Bynum IV, JL Goodie
Medical Education 48 (11), 1045-1054, 2014
See more, do more, teach more: surgical resident autonomy and the transition to independent practice
DA Hashimoto, WE Bynum, KD Lillemoe, AK Sachdeva
Academic Medicine 91 (6), 757-760, 2016
Sentinel emotional events: the nature, triggers, and effects of shame experiences in medical residents
WE Bynum IV, AR Artino Jr, S Uijtdehaage, AMB Webb, L Varpio
Academic Medicine 94 (1), 85-93, 2019
Risky business: psychological safety and the risks of learning medicine
WE Bynum, TM Haque
Journal of graduate medical education 8 (5), 780-782, 2016
Caught in the middle: a resident perspective on influences from the learning environment that perpetuate mistreatment
WE Bynum, B Lindeman
Academic Medicine 91 (3), 301-304, 2016
‘I'm unworthy of being in this space’: The origins of shame in medical students
WE Bynum IV, L Varpio, J Lagoo, PW Teunissen
Medical Education 55 (2), 185-197, 2021
Who am I, and who do I strive to be? Applying a theory of self-conscious emotions to medical education
WE Bynum IV, AR Artino Jr
Academic Medicine 93 (6), 874-880, 2018
Why impaired wellness may be inevitable in medicine, and why that may not be a bad thing
WE Bynum IV, L Varpio, P Teunissen
Medical Education 55 (1), 16-22, 2021
Addressing the elephant in the room: a shame resilience seminar for medical students
WE Bynum IV, AV Adams, CE Edelman, S Uijtdehaage, AR Artino Jr, ...
Academic Medicine 94 (8), 1132-1136, 2019
Why physicians need to be more than automated medical kiosks
W Bynum
Academic Medicine 89 (2), 212-214, 2014
Perfectionism, power, and process: what we must address to dismantle mental health stigma in medical education
WE Bynum IV, J Sukhera
Academic Medicine 96 (5), 621-623, 2021
When will I get my paper back? A replication study of publication timelines for health professions education research
LA Maggio, WE Bynum, DN Schreiber-Gregory, SJ Durning, AR Artino
Perspectives on Medical Education 9 (3), 139-146, 2020
Why we should strive for emotional candour in medical education, too
WE Bynum, AR Artino
Assessing for learner shame should be a routine part of remediation for unprofessional behavior
WE Bynum
Academic Medicine 92 (4), 424, 2017
In the “Shadow of Shame”: a phenomenological exploration of the nature of shame experiences in medical students
WE Bynum IV, PW Teunissen, L Varpio
Academic Medicine 96 (11S), S23-S30, 2021
The psychology of shame: a resilience seminar for medical students
WE Bynum IV, S Uijtdehaage, AR Artino Jr, JW Fox
MedEdPORTAL 16, 11052, 2020
Mutual rewards: Engaging the field and creating a path toward academic journal editorship
PY Thompson, WE Bynum IV, DJ Schumacher, YS Park, I Alexandraki, ...
Academic Medicine 96 (10), 1377-1378, 2021
When I Say… self‐conscious emotions
LN Nguyen, WE Bynum IV
Medical Education 55 (3), 291-292, 2021
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