FALL PROGRAM . Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Massachusetts Medical Society . Waltham, MA
Transforming From Burnout to Well-Being: Strengthening Resiliency in Today’s Medical Environment
5:30 PM Registration and Exhibits
6:00 PM Buffet Dinner
6:25 – 6:35 PM Welcome and Introductions ~ Theodore P. Mason, MD /MSO President
6:35 – 7:15 PM We Have Enough Information to Act: Approaches to Improving Well-Being
Respectful relationships enhance teamwork and engagement. Peer support after errors and other stressful events is crucial to building a trusting culture. This session will explore opportunities to create a supportive work environment by building programs in professionalism and peer support.
Speaker: Jo Shapiro, MD, FACS
Director, Center for Professionalism and Peer Support/Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology/Harvard Medical School
7:15 -7:45 PM Choosing to Thrive in Medicine’s Current Environment
Pathways to making your well-being a priority through creating an environment that supports what matters most to you.
Speaker: Catherine (Cathy) Lanteri, MD, FAPA
7:45 – 8:15 PM Dessert Break and Exhibits
8:15 – 8:45 PM Physician Wellness Panel: Understanding and Enhancing the Drivers
Panelists will discuss the connection between professionalism and burnout, the importance of physician support and remediation, and programmatic initiatives to support a culture of trust.
Moderator: Theodore Mason, MD
Panelists: Catherine Lanteri, MD, FAPA and Jo Shapiro, MD, FACS
8:45 PM Meeting Adjourned
Link to Brochure: MSO Fall 2018 Program Brochure.pdf