I am teaching mindfulness to residents and staff physicians. I agree with the comments about something being better than nothing, and planting seeds.
In terms of curriculum to draw from, I highly recommend Mindful Practice by Ron Epstein, Michael Krasner et al at University of Rochester. It is quite different from MBSR, as it focuses on topics that are directly relevant to MD’s, e.g. suffering, compassion (and compassion fatigue), burnout and resilience, medical errors, teamwork, etc. It also incorporates a lot of mindful communication and narrative medicine exercises, which are highly effective with this population. You can order their materials online, or better yet do the trainings with them and learn it firsthand. Ron’s book “Attending: Mindfulness, Medicine, and Humanity” is a masterpiece.
Also you may wish to join this “Mindful Health Care Providers” Facebook group, and pose the question there: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2082029985351202/