This episode features part 2 of Dr. David Hanscom’s interview with Dr. Marc Moisi, Chief of Neurosurgery at Detroit Receiving Hospital. Dr. Moisi recalls his training as a resident and later as a spine surgery fellow. He advocates for a more humanistic, mentoring approach to this training. He describes the toll that the “mantra of criticism” and its resulting stress can take on surgical performance and patient outcomes. As evidence for the need for change, he cites the growing problem of burnout and suicide among physicians. Visit: https://backincontrol.com for more information.