Keys to Physician Wellness: From Burnout to Professional Satisfaction
Wednesday, August 24, 2016 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Anaheim Marriott, Anaheim, CA
Karen Miotto, MD
James Pichert, PhD. Vanderbilt Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy
Christine Moutier, MD American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Jo Shapiro, MD, Center for Professionalism and Peer Support, Brigham and Women’s, Boston
Matthew Goldenberg, DO
David Pating, MD
Rebecca Wilkinson, MSPh
Who Should Attend
- Leadership teams from medical staffs, medical groups, medical centers
- Educators about and advocates for physician health and wellness
- All physician health committee members
- Medical school and residency program directors and faculty
This day-long workshop is designed for physicians, medical leadership, medical staff administrators and others interested in improving physician satisfaction, health and wellbeing on an individual and organizational level.
Local and national experts will address core issues from the point of view of the individual physician as well as the system-wide vantage point of the medical center or institution. They will present the latest research on physician mental health, burnout and disruptive behavior and demonstrate implementable tools and techniques.
Talks by Jo Shapiro, MD, from the Center for Professionalism and Peer Support at Brigham and Women’s Medical Center in Boston, James Pichert, PhD, from the Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy at Vanderbilt, and Christine Moutier, MD from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will include case illustrations and enough discussion that you will go home with an understanding of what has worked in settings similar to yours.
Jointly provided by California Society of Addiction Medicine and California Public Protection & Physician Health with Continuing Medical Education credits and NAMSS Accreditation
For full information and registration, www.CPPPH.org
Registration will open on April 5. Watch this site for information.
As the delivery of health care undergoes fundamental shifts and the rate of burnout among physicians skyrockets, more and more attention is being given to how to reach wellness and professional satisfaction.
People want to know:
Am I at risk?
What is being done?
How do these efforts work?
What do the data show?
How much do they cost?
What can be done in my institution?