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Physician Well-Being

Lead(s): Philip Shayne

Intended Learning Outcomes

Facilitators

Suggested Interactive Learning and Teaching Activities

Other Resources

Session Evaluation Tools

Intended Learning Outcomes

(What should learners be able to do after the session?)

  1. Discuss the relevance of burnout and recognize symptoms in peers.
  2. Define appropriate self-care activities
  3. List the related resources available at Emory

Facilitators

Please email a facilitator directly to request a workshop. If you have questions, please email ulemu.luhanga@emory.edu

Name Email Areas of Expertise/Interest
Cherie Hill, MD  cherie.hill@emory.edu Physician burnout, resident wellness program, mindfulness
James O'Shea, MD james.oshea@emoryhealthcare.org Resident wellness, physician wellness, mindfulness and the role of contemplative practice in clinical medicine.
Jason Schneider, MD jsschne@emory.edu Wellness & Resiliency
Michelle Lall, MD, MHS michelle.d.lall@emory.edu Burnout and Resilience, Wellness Curriculum Development, Professionalism, Self-care
Paula G. Gomes, PsyD PGOMES@emory.edu  Wellness Topics: Stress Management, Self Care, Managing Change and Transition, Depression Management, Emotional Intelligence skills
Philip Shayne, MD pshayne@emory.edu Well-being, Program accreditation

Suggested Interactive Learning and Teaching Activities

Other Resources

PENDING

Session Evaluation Tools

Please use the following web link or QR code to evaluate a Physician Well-Being session:

https://mstanba.wufoo.com/forms/core-curriculum-roadshow-wellbeing/ 

Physician Well-being QR Code

Acknowledgements

Thank you to those who came together to develop the intended learning outcomes and list of suggested interactive learning and teaching activities:
Cherie Hill
James O’Shea
Philip Shayne
Laurence S. Sperling