Saturday May 1, 2021
14:40 - 15:40 EDT
Dr. Michael Patlas
Dr. Andrea Lum
University Western Ontario
Dr. Alexandre Menard
Dr. Mostafa Alabousi
Resident McMaster University
This session is designed for all general and subspecialty radiologists as well as radiology residents and fellows whose work involves performing or interpreting images, determining appropriateness and using advanced equipment and tools to help guide therapeutic decision-making and help improve clinical outcomes.
Building resilience in the workplace and managing stress ensuring a better quality of life and promoting balance. This activity is aimed at self improvement and speaks to the CanMEDS Professional, Leader and Medical Expert roles. By ensuring wellbeing of physicians, we are also better promoting safer healthcare to patients.
This one-hour session will feature four speakers who will provide an overview on burnout and share strategies for coping with stress in radiology. There will be four short lectures followed by a 20-minute facilitated round table discussion.
At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:
- Identify characteristics and traits of physician burnout and recognize the indicators of stress in their individual practices
- Apply identified techniques to help minimize stress and prevent the effects of physician burnout in the workplace
|TIME||TOPIC / SPEAKER|
|14:40-14:50||Burnout in Radiology: A Canadian Perspective
|14:50-15:00||How to Build Resilience, Schulich Wellbeing Peers for Peers Program
|15:00-15:10||Well-Being and Distress – Issues Specific to Interventional Radiology
|15:10-15:20||Are Trainees Immune to Burnout?
|15:20-15:40||Round Table Discussion|
This program was co-developed with MD Financial Management and was planned to achieve scientific integrity, objectivity and balance.
Participants in the accredited symposium Physician Wellness – Burnout in Canadian Radiology: Stories from the Trenches are eligible to claim a maximum of 1 hour (credits are automatically calculated) under Section 1 (Group Learning Activity) of the MOC Program of the Royal College.