Webinar: Physician Well-Being: Skills to Manage Change During a Global Health Crisis
During this one-hour webinar, participants will be introduced to the unique mental health challenges that arise during a global health crisis; with a focus on the psychological impact of social isolation/quarantine on patients and health-care providers alike. Participants will learn to utilize dynamic mindfulness and life-coaching techniques to create mental conditions that will provide them with peak performance in both the academic and health care settings. This webinar will discuss the risks of untreated burnout in physician populations and clinical practice as well as the basic tenets of positive psychiatry and challenges of changing from a focus on pathology to a strengths-based focus on well-being throughout these times of unique challenge.
Miko Rose, FNAOME, Assistant Professor, Michigan State Univeristy (East Lansing).
Attend virtually via Zoom. After registering, you will receive an email with Zoom login information.
Because your well-being as a physician is important to us, MAFP members will receive this one-hour webinar at a reduced rate.
*MAFP members must first login to receive the reduced member rate.
- MAFP member* rate: $15
- Non-MAFP member rate: $30
All cancellations and refund requests must be submitted in writing to MAFP (email email@example.com or mail to MAFP, 2164 Commons Parkway, Okemos, MI 48864). An administrative fee of $10 will be deducted from all cancellations and refunds. The final date for refunds is January 15. No refunds will be granted after this date.
Online registration ends 01/25/2021
Denna Bunting | MAFP Meeting Planner
IMPORTANT - MAFP members must first log in with their member ID to receive the discounted member rate.
Registration closes Monday, January 25 at 12:30 pm.
The AAFP has reviewed Physician Well-Being: Skills to Manage Change During a Global Health Crisis and deemed it acceptable for up to 1.00 Online Only, Live AAFP Prescribed credit. Term of Approval is from 01/25/2021 to 01/25/2021. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.