Resiliency: Sustainable Strategies to Support Resiliency and Professional Well-being for Healthcare Professionals

    March 12, 2020
    5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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    Adverse patient events have been attributed to healthcare staff who have experienced difficulty sleeping, reduced job satisfaction, impaired behavior and anxiety. These attributes contribute to more serious consequences such as burnout, depression, post-traumatic disorder and suicidal ideation. The suicide rate for physicians is higher than that for any other profession, in part because of the stress of medical school, risk for malpractice, sleep deprivation and challenges with work/life balance. Healthcare leaders often struggle with finding long-term solutions to address an important but personal issue for their staff and organization. During this panel, participants will learn sustainable strategies and approaches that will address well-being and resiliency for healthcare professionals in today’s healthcare environment. Even when leaders recognize this as a problem, they are often presented with confusing information or get-better-quick solutions that bring no lasting change and can sometimes increase cynicism among employees. During this panel, participants will learn the importance of sustaining well-being for healthcare professionals in today’s health care environment.


    Dr. Mark Greenawald,  MD, Medical Director for Physician Leadership and Professional Well-Being, Carilion Clinic

    Jay Burks, FACHE, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Centra Lynchburg Hospitals

    Meeting Moderator

    Ms. Kim Roe, Vice President of Family and Community Medicine, Carilion Clinic

    Meeting Details

    5:30-6:15pm Networking Social Hour (cash bar)
    6:15-6:30pm Introductions, Dinner Served
    6:30-8:00pm Panel Discussion and Q&A


    Salem Civic Center
    1001 Roanoke Blvd
    Salem, VA 24153


    Registration is open until March 8, 2020 at 10:00pm, EST.
    To register, click "Register Now." For further instructions, see the "How to Register for Events" Quick Link on the website.

    Registration must be complete online, registration will not be possible on-site. 

    This program has been developed to be presented locally by Central Virginia Healthcare Executives Group.  The American College of Healthcare Executives has awarded 1.5 ACHE Face-to-Face Education Credits to this program.


    $60.00 CVHEG Members

    $60.00 ACHE (Non-CVHEG) Member Ticket

    $70.00 Non-Members

    $30.00 Student