Expert on preventing burnout to present in online forum
As caregivers, we are driven to help others. It’s why we put in long hours, make sure our patients have access to care and sometimes take extraordinary measures to help a patient in need.
As we begin 2022, please know that Asante is committed to creating a culture that supports you. We are strengthening our wellness efforts in the coming months. This includes inviting guest lecturers to speak on preventing burnout and improving well-being.
On Jan. 14, we’re pleased to welcome Liselotte (Lotte) Dyrbye, MD, a nationally recognized expert on provider well-being. Co-director of the Mayo Clinic Department of Medicine’s Physician Well-Being Program, Dr. Dyrbye helped develop the Well-being Index, a tool that helps providers and clinical staff measure their personal well-being relative to national norms.
Dr. Dyrbye will discuss the most recent national data about physician burnout and satisfaction with work-life balance. She will also share insights on how health care organizations can create clinical work environments that help prevent burnout and improve well-being.
“Preventing Burnout and Improving Well-being”
Friday, Jan. 14
8 to 9 a.m.
No fee. No registration required, but a limited number of spaces are available.
Join via WebEx
Access code: 1461 80 4160
Continuing Medical Education of Southern Oregon is accredited by the California Medical Association (CMA) to sponsor CME activities for physicians. Continuing Medical Education of Southern Oregon is accredited by the California Medical Association (CMA) to sponsor CME activities for physicians.
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