NEW CSPL WINTER WORKSHOP - online!
Special member pricing
Quit multiplying by zero:
leveraging LEADS to enhance physician wellbeing
When? Thursday, January 26th 5 PM ET / 4-hr class
How much? $125 members / $225 non-members
A primary role for any health leader is to create psychologically healthy workplaces for physicians to thrive. As we deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to face unprecedented challenges in healthcare and deal with much uncertainty and complexity. Physicians, a critical resource at this time, are experiencing significant, and possibly enduring, psychological distress.
This workshop will help you extrapolate LEADS into action to address this critical issue of physician wellbeing. We will define and normalize these concerns, understand stress and how to recognize when it turns into distress. Health will be defined as a shared responsibility between the individual, the culture of medicine and the healthcare system in which we work. We will address how physician leaders can best support their teams at this time. The 5Cs framework for resilience will be defined, and practical strategies to help colleagues to implement this and manage their stress effectively, both in their professional and personal lives.
At the end of this workshop, you will be able to identify at least three leadership actions you can take to bring LEADS to life in the service of creating a healthy work environment.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Mamta Gautam, MD, MBA, FRCPC, CPDC, CCPE, CPE is an internationally renowned psychiatrist, consultant, certified coach, author and speaker. Focused on professional health and well-being since 1990, she is a trailblazer in this field and is known as “The Doctor’s Doctor”. She holds leadership roles in several national medical organizations to advise on issues of physician wellbeing. Over the past two decades, she has expanded her work to include leadership development to better address system-level factors that impact the wellbeing of healthcare workers.