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Summit 2023 Retrospective

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AGENDA '23

At The Summit, healthcare professionals and leaders from across the country participate in a variety of workshops and sessions that focus on business and quality, culture, resilience, and exploring new approaches to this vital issue. These sessions feature leading experts in the field of physician and APP well-being, offering insight and guidance with innovative approaches. The Summit offers attendees the opportunity to connect with peers, healthcare professionals, and leaders to create a supportive network designed to advance well-being programs far after The Summit concludes.

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July 10, 2023

JULY 10
GME Track
7/10/23  |  GME – White Pine Ballroom
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7/10 |  GME Track

1:00 – 1:10 pm

Welcome

Ted Hamilton, MD

Coalition for Physician Well-Being

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7/10 |  GME Track

3:10 – 3:55 pm

Psychological Insight into Resident Wellness: The HCA/CGU Physician Wellness Research

Gregory Guldner, MD
HCA Healthcare Riverside

Dr. Guldner is the former Program director for the HCA Riverside emergency medicine residency program and the Designated Institutional Official for HCA Healthcare Riverside in Southern California. He is a Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of California Riverside School of Medicine. Prior to earning his medical degree at Stanford University, Dr. Guldner was in a PhD program in clinical psychology at Purdue University where he practiced psychotherapy prior to leaving with his master’s degree. He has 23 years in the Army Medical Corps (reserve) including combat deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan. His research focus revolves around developing evidence-based systemic, individual, and leadership interventions to improve resident physician well-being. He currently serves as the lead physician for HCA Healthcare National GME Well-being (Nashville, TN) and works closely with the Claremont Graduate University’s Division of Positive Organizational Psychology to study resident well-being among the 61 teaching hospitals, 300+ residency programs, and 5100+ residents under the HCA GME umbrella.

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7/10 |  GME Track

1:10 – 1:55 pm

Reimagining Resilience Training in GME

Stuart Slavin, MD
ACGME

Stuart Slavin MD, MEd is Senior Scholar for Well-being at the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). A graduate of Saint Louis University School of Medicine, Dr. Slavin completed his residency training in pediatrics at UCLA and then served as a faculty member there for seventeen years before returning to Saint Louis University as Associate Dean for Curriculum. While at SLU, Dr. Slavin led efforts to improve the mental health of medical students that produced dramatic decreases in rates of depression and anxiety in pre-clerkship students. He joined the ACGME in 2018 and is helping to lead efforts to improve the mental health of residents and faculty across the US.

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7/10 |  GME Track

3:55 – 4:40 pm

Building a $2 Million Resident Wellness Program: Lessons Learned 10 Years In

Simiao Li-Sauerwine, MD, MSCR Kimberly Bambach, MD The Ohio State University

Dr. Simiao Li-Sauerwine is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Associate Residency Program Director at The Ohio State University and the Chair-elect of the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine Well-being Committee.

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7/10 |  GME Track

1:55 - 2:40 pm

How to make work "Work" for you - How setting boundaries set this Doctor free

Mallory Salentine, MD
Children’s Wisconsin

Mallory Salentine, MD, FAAP, ACC is the founding Medical Director for Provider Well-Being at Children’s Wisconsin, a board-certified Pediatrician, a Certified Leadership Coach, and a Culture Change Consultant. For the past decade, Dr. Salentine has been a thought leader for provider well-being and currently leads the provider well-being initiatives at Children’s Wisconsin, a large freestanding Children’s Hospital. She has formed a confidential Peer Support Program, spearheaded Trauma Informed Care Training, and chairs multiple committees across the organization focused on well-being for all employees across the enterprise. As a leadership coach, Dr. Salentine is certified as an Associate Certified Coach through the International Coaching Federation. Dr. Salentine founded Salentine Coaching and Consulting LLC where she partners with leaders across industries on transformational leadership coaching, community building, communication skills, burnout prevention, well-being at work, relationship building, and giving and receiving feedback. Dr. Salentine graduated with a BS from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, received her MD at the Medical College of Wisconsin, and completed her Pediatric Residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Dr. Salentine received her certification in leadership coaching through the George Mason University Center for the Advancement of Well-Being Professional Certification Program for Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being.

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7/10 |  GME Track

4:40 pm

Adjourn

Ted Hamilton, MD

Coalition for Physician Well-Being

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7/10 |  GME Track

2:40 – 3:10 pm

Break / Exhibitor Tables

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Women Physician Track
7/10/23  |  WOMEN PHYSICIANS – Painted Horse Conference Room
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1:00 – 1:10 pm

7/10 | Women Physicians 

Welcome

DeAnna Santana, PhD
Coalition for Physician Well-Being

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3:10 – 3:55 pm

7/10 | Women Physicians 

How to make work "Work" for you - How setting boundaries set this Doctor free

Mallory Salentine, MD
Children’s Wisconsin

Mallory Salentine, MD, FAAP, ACC is the founding Medical Director for Provider Well-Being at Children’s Wisconsin, a board-certified Pediatrician, a Certified Leadership Coach, and a Culture Change Consultant. For the past decade, Dr. Salentine has been a thought leader for provider well-being and currently leads the provider well-being initiatives at Children’s Wisconsin, a large freestanding Children’s Hospital. She has formed a confidential Peer Support Program, spearheaded Trauma Informed Care Training, and chairs multiple committees across the organization focused on well-being for all employees across the enterprise. As a leadership coach, Dr. Salentine is certified as an Associate Certified Coach through the International Coaching Federation. Dr. Salentine founded Salentine Coaching and Consulting LLC where she partners with leaders across industries on transformational leadership coaching, community building, communication skills, burnout prevention, well-being at work, relationship building, and giving and receiving feedback. Dr. Salentine graduated with a BS from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, received her MD at the Medical College of Wisconsin, and completed her Pediatric Residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Dr. Salentine received her certification in leadership coaching through the George Mason University Center for the Advancement of Well-Being Professional Certification Program for Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being.

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1:10 – 1:55 pm

7/10 | Women Physicians 

Growing Women Leaders

Michellene Davis, ESQ

Michellene Davis assumed the role President and Chief Executive Officer of National Medical Fellowships, Inc., (NMF) in May of 2021. Founded in 1946, NMF was one of America’s first diversity organizations and remains the only national organization advancing health equity at the intersection of wealth and health. It provides scholarships to Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) medical and health professions students underrepresented in medicine to ensure equity of access to culturally competent, high-quality healthcare. NMF also increases the number of BIPOC clinician leaders to diversify clinical trials. Davis is named among Modern Healthcare magazine’s Top 25 Most Influential Minority Leaders in Healthcare and Becker's Hospital Review’s Top 50 African Americans to Know in Healthcare. The National Association of Health Services Executives awarded her their 2021 Senior Health Care Executive Award. Davis most recently served as Executive Vice President and Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at RWJBarnabas Health, the largest academic medical center system in New Jersey and one of the largest in the nation. She founded Social Impact and Community Investment, an equity-centered, policy-led community health practice addressing the social and political determinants of health. She was the first African American in state history to serve as Chief Policy Counsel to former New Jersey Governor Jon S. Corzine, the first African American and only the second women to serve as New Jersey State Treasurer. She was the youngest person to serve as CEO of the New Jersey Lottery and also served as a senior policy advisor in the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. She co-authored Changing Missions, Changing Lives: How a Change Agent Can Turn the Ship and Create Impact, published by ForbesBooks in 2020, which provides a blueprint for those committed to leading systems change within organizations. Davis began her legal career as a trial litigator, is an Honors graduate of Seton Hall University and holds a Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall School of Law. She holds Executive Education Certificates in Corporate Social Responsibility from the Harvard Business School and in Social Impact Strategy from the Wharton School of Business.

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3:55 – 4:40 pm

7/10 | Women Physicians 

Every Woman in Medicine is a Leader – Define your value and your Path

Tammie Chang, MD
Luisa Duran, MD
Pink Coat, MD

Pink Coat, MD was created by two Ivy-League friends, Dr. Tammie Chang and Dr. Luisa Duran, who first met as Freshmen at Brown University nearly 20 years ago. Both incredibly compassionate souls called to serve others as physicians, they dedicated their lives to becoming the very best physicians only to discover they would suffer silently from physician burnout and consider leaving medicine far too soon. Determined not to give up on their childhood dreams, they discovered a path towards empowerment and wellness through personal growth, leadership development, and most importantly, community. After learning that countless other women physicians are struggling in silence, they created Pink Coat, MD to enable all women physicians to thrive.

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1:55 - 2:40 pm

7/10 | Women Physicians 

What You Practice Grows

Jessie Mahoney, MD
Pause & Presence Coaching

Dr. Mahoney is a board-certified pediatrician who is the founder and CEO of Pause & Presence. She is a full-time certified physician coach and physician wellness leader whose passion is supporting her colleagues in medicine. She coaches physicians privately both 1:1 and in small groups. She also offers coaching through institutional and graduate medical education programming. Dr. Mahoney also leads CME wellness retreats, teaches mindful yoga for healers, and speaks nationally on solutions to the physician wellness dilemma. Dr. Mahoney cohosts the Mindful Healers Podcast and is a leader in the Mindful Healthcare Collective. She was a pediatrician, site chief of pediatrics, and chief of physician wellness at The Permanente Medical Group for almost 20 years. She graduated from Dartmouth College in 1991 and earned her medical degree from UCSF in 1997.

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4:40 pm

7/10 | Women Physicians 

Adjourn

DeAnna Santana, PhD
Coalition for Physician Well-Being

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2:40 – 3:10 pm

7/10 | Women Physicians 

Break / Exhibitor Tables

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APP Track
7/10/23  | ADVANCED PRACTICE PROVIDERS – Arrowhead Conference Room
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7/10 | APP Track

1:00 – 1:10 pm

Welcome

Ivonne Johnson
Coalition for Physician Well-Being

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7/10 | APP Track

3:10 – 3:55 pm

Establishment of a Well-being Program for APPs to Address Burnout & Fulfillment in a Pediatric Hospital Workforce

Bridget Garmisa, MSN
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Bridget’s clinical career began as a Registered Dietitian at Children’s National Medical Center. While there she worked closely with APPs in primary care and returned to grad school in Philadelphia to pursue a more comprehensive clinical scope. After graduating as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, she worked in private practice before returning to CHOP in 2016 to the Karabots Care Network, the nation’s largest primary care pediatric health center with over 30,000 patients capitated to the site. In July of 2022, she became the APP Well-being Leader for the Center for Advanced Practice at CHOP, which supports the mission to improve the well-being of Advanced Practice Providers at CHOP through data driven and collaborative innovation of culture, efficiency of practice, and personal resilience.

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7/10 | APP Track

1:10 – 1:55 pm

Enhancing The Well-being of APPs: A Holistic Approach

Sharona Johnson, PhD Christina Bowen, MD
Monique Thornton, LCSW
ECU Health

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7/10 | APP Track

3:55 – 4:40 pm

Driving Professional Fulfillment for APPs: A Targeted Approach

Clair Mariam Kuriakose, MBA,
PA-C, FACHE
Stanford Medicine

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7/10 | APP Track

1:55 - 2:40 pm

Unbecoming the Medical Hero

Amy Painter, MSN
AdventHealth

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7/10 | APP Track

4:40 pm

Adjourn

Ted Hamilton, MD

Coalition for Physician Well-Being

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7/10 | APP Track

2:40 – 3:10 pm

Break / Exhibitor Tables

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Registration / Reception
7/10/23  |  GENERAL SESSION REGISTRATION • RECEPTION – Red Pine Lodge
Checklist

5:30 pm

Open Registration

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6:00 – 6:15 pm

Chairman’s Address

Ted Hamilton, MD

Coalition for Physician Well-Being

Mingling

6:15 – 8:30 pm

Networking & Mingle Reception

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July 11, 2023

JULY 11
7/11/23  |  GENERAL SESSION – Kokopelli Ballroom
General Session

7:00 - 8:00 am Breakfast served in Kokopelli Grand Ballroom. 

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8:00 – 8:10 am

7/11 |  General Session

Welcome

Ted Hamilton, MD

Coalition for Physician Well-Being

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10:00 – 11:00 am

7/11 |  General Session

AMA Efforts & Resources Supporting Physician Wellbeing

Kevin Hopkins, MD
AMA

Dr. Kevin Hopkins has been a Staff Physician in the Department of Family Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic since 2005. Dr. Hopkins also serves as Primary Care Medical Director for Cleveland Clinic Community Care, the Cleveland Clinic’s primary care, population health institute. Over the past several years he has become a recognized leader and national speaker in the field of Caregiver burnout and ambulatory practice re-design and transformation. Dr. Hopkins has led the transition of his primary care group to a model of Value-Based Care and is continuing to leverage an advanced team-based care practice model as a vehicle to achieve the goals of population management. He holds an academic appointment with Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine, teaches within the Cleveland Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program, and is also a faculty instructor for the Cleveland Clinic Global Leadership and Learning Institute. Dr. Hopkins is a Senior Physician Advisor with the Professional Satisfaction and Practice Sustainability Initiative for the American Medical Association (AMA) and has previously served as a physician advisor for Google Health.

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2:00 – 2:45 pm

7/11 |  General Session

Promoting a Developmental Approach to Physician Well-Being: From Residency to Retirement

Karen John Mannuzza Robert Leschke, MD Vital WorkLife

Karen is the Physician Well-Being Resources Senior Consultant at VITAL WorkLife. She has worked in the behavioral health field for over 20 years, the last eight as part of a large healthcare system in Winston- Salem, North Carolina.

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8:10 – 8:25 am

7/11 |  General Session

Devotional/Reflection

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11:00 am – 12:00 pm

7/11 |  General Session

DEI & Impact to Provider Burnout*

Michellene Davis, ESQ

Michellene Davis assumed the role President and Chief Executive Officer of National Medical Fellowships, Inc., (NMF) in May of 2021. Founded in 1946, NMF was one of America’s first diversity organizations and remains the only national organization advancing health equity at the intersection of wealth and health. It provides scholarships to Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) medical and health professions students underrepresented in medicine to ensure equity of access to culturally competent, high-quality healthcare. NMF also increases the number of BIPOC clinician leaders to diversify clinical trials. Davis is named among Modern Healthcare magazine’s Top 25 Most Influential Minority Leaders in Healthcare and Becker's Hospital Review’s Top 50 African Americans to Know in Healthcare. The National Association of Health Services Executives awarded her their 2021 Senior Health Care Executive Award. Davis most recently served as Executive Vice President and Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at RWJBarnabas Health, the largest academic medical center system in New Jersey and one of the largest in the nation. She founded Social Impact and Community Investment, an equity-centered, policy-led community health practice addressing the social and political determinants of health. She was the first African American in state history to serve as Chief Policy Counsel to former New Jersey Governor Jon S. Corzine, the first African American and only the second women to serve as New Jersey State Treasurer. She was the youngest person to serve as CEO of the New Jersey Lottery and also served as a senior policy advisor in the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. She co-authored Changing Missions, Changing Lives: How a Change Agent Can Turn the Ship and Create Impact, published by ForbesBooks in 2020, which provides a blueprint for those committed to leading systems change within organizations. Davis began her legal career as a trial litigator, is an Honors graduate of Seton Hall University and holds a Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall School of Law. She holds Executive Education Certificates in Corporate Social Responsibility from the Harvard Business School and in Social Impact Strategy from the Wharton School of Business.

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2:45 – 3:15 pm

7/11 |  General Session

Break / Poster Session / Exhibitor Tables

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8:25 – 9:25 am

7/11 |  General Session

Creating Equity, Organizational Change and a Bright Future for Women in Medicine

Tammie Chang, MD

Luisa Duran, MD

Pink Coat, MD

Pink Coat, MD was created by two Ivy-League friends, Dr. Tammie Chang and Dr. Luisa Duran, who first met as Freshmen at Brown University nearly 20 years ago. Both incredibly compassionate souls called to serve others as physicians, they dedicated their lives to becoming the very best physicians only to discover they would suffer silently from physician burnout and consider leaving medicine far too soon. Determined not to give up on their childhood dreams, they discovered a path towards empowerment and wellness through personal growth, leadership development, and most importantly, community. After learning that countless other women physicians are struggling in silence, they created Pink Coat, MD to enable all women physicians to thrive!

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12:00 – 1:00 pm

7/11 |  General Session

Lunch

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3:15 – 5:15 pm

7/11 |  General Session

ROUNDTABLES

Please see below for full Roundtable Lineup.

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9:25 – 10:00 am

7/11 |  General Session

Break / Exhibitor Tables

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1:00 – 2:00 pm

7/11 |  General Session

Medicus Integra Awards

Ted Hamilton, MD

Dianne McCallister, MD

Coalition for Physician Well-Being

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Old Alarm Clock

5:30 pm

7/11 |  General Session

Adjourn

Ted Hamilton, MD

Coalition for Physician Well-Being

7/11/23  |  ROUNDTABLE TOPICS
Roundtables
  • What Got You Here Won’t Get You There: Self Sacrifice and Martyrdom Are Not A Recipe for Joy and Wholeness

    • Jessie Mahoney, MD, Pause and Presence

  • Recognition of hospitals and healthcare institutions that demonstrate significant, purposeful, ongoing commitment to the well- being of physicians.

    • Medicus Integra

  • A Team-Based Approach to Evolving a Collaborative and Resilient Culture

    • Pennie Sempell, JD, Stresspal

  • Leading Together: Group Coaching for Physicians and Advanced Practice Providers

    • Mary Wolf, Veritee

  • How to Best Protect Yourself from Risk in a Medical Practice

    • Amanda Hill, Guard My Practice

  • Abundant Presence: An Empirically Supported Approach to Physician Wholeness Considered Through the Lenses of Medicine, Mind, and Mission

    • Dr. Jodi Jackson, Children’s Mercy Hospital

    • Dr. Ravindran Sabapathy, AdventHealth

    • Nathan Harrup, AdventHealth

  • The Paradox of the Depressed Resident - Opt-out Therapy

    • HCA Research Lab

July 12, 2023

JULY 12
General Session
7/12/23  |  GENERAL SESSION – Kokopelli Ballroom

7:00 - 8:00 am Breakfast served in Kokopelli Grand Ballroom. 

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8:00 – 8:15 am

7/12 |  General Session

Devotional/Reflection: Staying in the Arena

Elliot SmithManager Spiritual Care and Mission Kettering Health

Elliot is currently the manager for Spiritual Care and Mission at the Kettering Health Main Campus, a 400 bed acute care hospital in Dayton, OH. He has been an ordained minister in the Seventh-day Adventist church since 2002 and holds a MSW degree.

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10:45 – 11:45 am

7/12 |  General Session

Calculating Organization Specific ROI of Provider Well-being

Sisi Hu, PhD
Harvard Law School
Stephanie Aken, MD
Rogers Behavioral Health

Dr. Hu is the Program Fellow of the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School and Research Economist at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Her work has been featured in the media including the World Economic Forum, Sky news and the UN. Xi's research at the LWP is on understanding the impact of global disruptions (climate change/digital transformation/Covid) on labor. Currently she’s focused on two projects: one on clinician burnout and turnover, the other on the impact of climate change on global supply chain. Prior to joining the LWP, Xi worked as a consultant for numerous organisations, including the Latin American Energy Organisation (OLADE), International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Chinese National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), UK-India Business Council, and Legal & General Investment Management. She is the co-founder of the Oxford International Infrastructure Consortium (OXIIC), whose aim is to facilitate communication and collaboration on infrastructure between academics, policymakers, and practitioners worldwide. She is also a co-author of "The Self We Choose (我们选择的自己)", a book published in Chinese that features the life stories of scientists from the largest ever all-women expedition to Antarctica. Xi holds a DPhil (PhD) from the University of Oxford, an MSc in Environmental Economics and Climate Change, and a BSc in Environmental Policy with Economics from the London School of Economics

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8:15 – 9:00 am

7/12 |  General Session

The Ethics of Hope

Ted Hamilton
Coalition for Physician Well-Being

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11:45 am – 12:30 pm

7/12 |  General Session

Next Steps and Take-Aways, Closing Remarks

Ted Hamilton, MD
DeAnna Santana, PhD
Coalition for Physician Well-Being

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8:00 – 10:00 am

7/12 |  General Session

Professional Burnout: Moving Forward with Impact

Lotte Dyrbye, MD, MHPE
University of Colorado

Dr. Dyrbye is Senior Associate Dean of Faculty and Chief Well-being Officer at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and is a thought leader in physician burnout and engagement. She has conducted numerous national and multi-institutional studies, conducted randomized clinical trials of possible solutions, and been an innovator. Dr. Dyrbye is frequently invited to give presentations both nationally and internationally and has authored >130 journal articles, abstracts and other written publications related to physician well-being. She has received 11 competitive research grants to support her work and co-developed the Well-Being Index and an interactive web-tool that provides a validated instrument for self-assessment, access to tailored resources, and organization level reports with comparisons to national norm. Dr. Dyrbye is a member of National Academy of Medicine (NAM) Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience and co-authored the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine consensus study report, Taking Action Against Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being, was released in the fall of 2019. The report calls upon leaders in health care organizations to prioritize major improvements in clinical work environments to prevent and mitigate clinician burnout and foster professional well-being.

Old Alarm Clock

12:30 pm

7/12 |  General Session

Adjourn

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10:15 – 10:45 am

7/12 |  General Session

Break / Poster Session / Exhibitor Tables

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