Webinar: Tackling Burnout in Physicians: How Coaching Can Help

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Webinar: Tackling Burnout in Physicians: How Coaching Can Help
Tackling Burnout in Physicians

In this lively and engaging webinar, Gail Gazelle, MD takes us into the mindset of physicians and the rapidly changing landscape of medical practice​ and health care in general​. This webinar will provide background on the multifactorial causes of the current epidemic of physician burnout, review the evidence base for interventions to promote physician resilience, and provide practical tools that coaches can use with physician clients​ (and others experiencing symptoms of burnout​). Of interest to anyone who works with professionals in​ the healthcare system, attendees will leave this webinar with a heightened​ awareness​ of the challenges faced by modern-day ​health care professionals and​ gain ​useful tools and practices​ ​to​ improve their well-being.

Presenter:  Gail Gazelle, MD, FACP, FAAHPM

About the presenter: 
Gail Gazelle, MD, FACP, FAAHPM, is a practicing physician, a part-time Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and an executive coach for physicians and physician leaders. A specialist in physician and physician executive burnout and resilience, Dr. Gazelle is the author of the ebook: “Building Your Resilient Self®: 52 Tips to Move From Physician Burnout to Balance” available as a FREE download at www.GailGazelle.com as well as the 2013 Harvard Medical School Guide “Mindfulness Support for Alzheimer’s Caregivers.”

With articles in the New England Journal of Medicine, the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, and the Journal of General Internal Medicine, Dr. Gazelle published one of the 1st articles on coaching for physician burnout to appear in a medical journal. As a physician for more than 25 years, Dr. Gazelle has full understanding of why physicians are prone to burnout, how the rapidly changing landscape of healthcare is adversely affecting physician well-being, and what tools can be applied to address this issue.

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