Join us at the 2018 Summit and a one-day workshop. To help deliver this workshop, we have invited two of the country's leading physicians both widely recognized and respected for their thought leadership in the realm of physician wellness, including resilience, burnout and how to mitigate the impact on the health care community as a whole:
|Wiley W. Souba, MD, MBA, ScD Having served as Vice-President for Health Affairs and Dean of Medicine at two Universities, Souba is amongst the most cutting-edge scholars on new ways of thinking about leadership, professionalism, wellness, and organizational well-being. He innovative work on these topics has been published extensively in peer-reviewed academic journals.|
|Daniel Friedland, MD As Founder & CEO of SuperSmartHealth and the Chair of the largest integrative health organization in the country, Daniel helps people harness and leverage stress to become a motivating energy source so that they can resolve conflicts, collaborate, accomplish more, continually innovate, and find greater success and significance at work and at home. He is the author of the first medical textbook published in the United States on Evidence Based Medicine – now the standard of care for all healthcare practitioners. He recently published, Leading Well From Within, Conscious Leadership and Transforming Burnout into Resilience an evidence-based book with a foundation in neuroscience and mindfulness practice.|
If you would like to attend this workshop, please use the link below:
Our 2-½ day physician-led workshop brought physicians in all phases of their careers together and helped them to find balance, wellbeing, and synergy by increasing their self-awareness, professional awareness, and clarity surrounding the complexity of the organizations in which they work and health care in general.
From Dr. Peter Angood:
Thanks to everyone who participated in the inaugural “Beyond Burnout and Resilience” symposium in Phoenix. By all measures, this was a successful event for participants, faculty and staff. I genuinely appreciate the efforts and sharing that occurred over the weekend.
It was, on a personal level, one of the more significant initiatives to participate with; and to witness the level of engagement by everyone involved. Each person contributed to the symposium’s success in their own special way and everyone should feel comfortable with the quality of their contribution – it all meshed together terrifically well.
Yes, this was the inaugural face-to-face event, but there is more to engage with during the coming weeks and months. As you now know, we are in the process of establishing an essential social movement within health care. And so, your own ongoing involvement will become even more
significant as we move forward in establishing momentum with this new community.
The online community is being ramped up further with this initial follow-up message and summation. Plans are already coming into place for further development of the online framework that will facilitate our abilities to stay connected as we grow involvement of others with this initiative. But we need your inputs and suggestions as well, so please do not hesitate to provide ideas to make it even better.
There will be online events and activity in the coming months and a second cohort of participants will participate in the next face-to-face event in April at the AAPL Annual Meeting. Some of you have already volunteered to engage at another face-to-face event and to also become mentors or faculty as we move forward. We shall certainly find ways to engage anyone to the level they wish to participate. There is more
than enough to be done as we all know…thanks in advance for your expressing an interest.
The energy, openness, and sharing witnessed last weekend was extremely special for everyone. Thank you again for placing your trust in our efforts and in our faculty. We all look forward to learning and engaging together with you in the near future once more.
My best to you in your ongoing efforts to improve your approach in health care as you now also seek ways to improve the environment for others you are able to influence – especially your patients and their families. I look forward to learning of your successes!
All the best – Peter.
Peter Angood MD - President & CEO
for Physician Leadership
Peter Angood MD - President & CEO
Amy Anton, Attendee
Patricia Iris, Attendee
Mamata Majmundar, Attendee