Burnout: Recognition and Prevention will be the theme of the Physician Health and Wellness Training Session and 24th Annual Retreat held Feb. 24–25 at the Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown. Presented by the TMA Committee on Physician Health and Wellness (PHW), the conference has been accredited for a maximum of 10.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™, 8.25 of which are designated as ethics and/or professional responsibility education.
Conference presentations will include:
- Burnout and Texas Medical Board Complaints;
- Physician Stress and Burnout;
- How to Engage Your Audience in an Effective Presentation;
- Physician Suicide: The Ultimate Burnout;
- Medical Errors: Burnout Fans the Flames;
- Building and Nurturing Healthy Relationships;
- Preventing and Healing Burnout;
- Mindfulness and the Prevention of Burnout;
- Healthy Nights: Healthy Days;
- Easy Financial Strategies to Reduce Burnout;
- In and Out: Preventive Lifestyles; and
- Helpful, Hopeful Hobbies.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of burnout; demonstrate enhanced communication when giving presentations; integrate strategies into their professional and personal lives to prevent and reverse burnout; and enhance ethics and improve patient safety.
Preregistration is strongly recommended. To request a brochure or for additional information, contact Linda Kuhn at (800) 880-1300, ext. 1342, or (512) 370-1342, or by email.
Action, Jan. 17, 2017
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June 09, 2017