A Practical Approach to "Returning Joy to Patient Care"
“Helping create the conditions where joy, purpose, and meaning in work are possible for physicians and their teams”.
Dr. Robert Pearl – Fixing Healthcare for the Future
“Any physician who thinks the medicine of the future will look like the medicine of the past is wrong.”
Dr. Sharon Kiely: A New CWO at the Beginning of the Pandemic
Leading off the panel is Sharon C. Kiely, MD, MPM, FACP, Chief Wellness Officer at Hartford Healthcare (HHC), a 9-hospital, 24,000-employee health system serving 161 towns and cities in central Connecticut.
Dr. Michael Privitera: Human Factors Ergonomics Science, Leadership, and Burnout
Michael Privitera, M.S., M.D. is Professor of Psychiatry at University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), a consultation/liaison psychiatrist and director of the clinician wellness program.
Kellie Stecher, MD – Passionate Advocate for Change
Kellie Stecher, MD, one of many amazing people it is pleasure to get to know in my work, is a fearless advocate for healthcare rights and an Obstetrician-Gynecologist who is leading a pre-conference workshop panel on January 24th titled “Overcoming the Trust Gap in Healthcare” at the upcoming Healthcare Burnout Symposium in San Francisco.
Dr. Stephen Beeson: Creating the Ideal Practice
Stephen Beeson, MD, Founder of the Clinician Experience Project at Practicing Excellence, is an extraordinary physician and leadership coach with a message of hope for all clinicians.
Christina Maslach: “Take On Burnout Where You Are”
“The last thing someone who is exhausted can do is take on a big change, but we can engage in small changes that make a difference.”
Diane Shannon: A Physician Coach for Physicians Experiencing Burnout
Diane W. Shannon, MD, MPH, is a former primary care physician with more than 20 years of experience as a professional health care writer and author, including collaborating with me as co-author of our book, Preventing Physician Burnout: Curing the Chaos and Returning Joy to the Practice of Medicine.
Elisa Arespacochaga: A Culture of Caring for Nurses
Elisa Arespacochaga, MBA, is Vice President, Clinical Affairs and Workforce for the American Hospital Association, has devoted much of her career supporting physician leaders and administrative leaders in co-creating organizational cultures of caring.