July 9: “Professional Coaching for Provider Well-being”
Join Katie Townes, DO, in a discussion around the benefits and application of professional coaching, how it relates to physician well-being and career satisfaction — especially with an ongoing pandemic.
Professional coaching is an evidence-based tool that is known to improve burnout and decrease emotional exhaustion among physicians. Come learn about what coaching is, how it is provided and what it can do for you.
Dr. Townes is not only a full-time neonatologist at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center, she’s also a life coach and peer mentor. Passionate about helping physicians overcome burnout and reclaim their joy in medicine, Dr. Townes is founder of the Physicians’ Lounge Online, a resource that focuses on building community among physicians.
To find a balance between work and family, she enjoys exploring the United States in an Airstream with her husband while “road-schooling” their four children. Add two goldendoodle pups to the mix and it’s a good time!
Friday, July 9 — noon to 1 p.m.
No fee. No registration required, but a limited number of spaces are available.
Join via WebEx
Access code: 187 343 2044
Continuing Medical Education of Southern Oregon is accredited by the California Medical Association (CMA) to sponsor CME activities for physicians.
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