Workshop on preventing physician burnout to be held in Anaheim

June 27, 2016
Area(s) of Interest: Physician Wellness Professional Development & Education 

As the delivery of health care undergoes fundamental shifts and the rate of burnout among physicians skyrockets, more attention is being given to physician wellness and professional satisfaction.

To this end, California Public Protection & Physician Health, Inc., in collaboration with the California Society of Addiction Medicine, is offering a workshop called "Keys to Physician Wellness: From Burnout to Professional Satisfaction Personal and Organizational Stories and Solutions," at the Anaheim Marriott on Wednesday, August 24, 2016.

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.

Program attendees can receive a maximum of 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. This credit may also be applied to the California Medical Association Certification in Continuing Medical Education. Continuing education units are available for psychologists, therapists, drug abuse counselors, nurses and physician assistants.

For more information, click here. To register, click here.


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