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Pease Symposium : Anxiety, Depression, Burnout, Suicide and Human Rights Violations in Medical Professionals



Begins On: November 2nd 2017
Time: Thursday, Nov. 2: 5:00 pm Small Group, Meet-The-Expert Sessions 6:30 Dinner and Program [Note: Childcare Available]
Friday, Nov. 3: 7:00 am Grand Rounds 8:00 am Small Group, Meet-The-Expert S
Location: Center for Health & Learning, St. Charles Medical Center - 2500 NE Neff Rd., Bend

Co-Sponsored by St. Charles Healthcare System, Central Oregon Dental Society, and St. Charles Foundation

Thursday, November 2
    Childcare Available

5:00-6:15 pm   Pre-Dinner Meet-The-Expert Small Group Sessions
Spouse/Partner Recognition, Referral, Administration Cognizance
Elaine Cox, MD, Indiana University
A Deadly Silence: My Pledge to Combat Physician Suicide

pending: Bruce O’Neill, MBA Center for Personalized Education for Physicians, Rayleigh-Durham
Pitfalls of Practice and Life Outside of Practice
pending: Bruce Spring, MD, DFAPA, USC, Los Angeles
Prescribing (and taking) Antidepressants, Anxiolytics, etc.

Barry J. Taylor, DMD, FAGD, FACD   OHSU School of Dentistry
Healthy Mental Health for the Dental Professional
Karen Weiner
, MD, MMM  CMO & Pediatrician, Oregon Medical Group, Eugene
How Healthcare System Leaders can Be Proactive vs. Medical Professional Burnout

6:30 pm  Reception
7:00 pm  Dinner and Keynote Presentation
Dike Drummond, MD, Seattle    Author, Stop Physician Burnout
Physician Burnout vs. Fulfillment: Why It's Not a Fair Fight

Friday, November 3

7:00 am  Grand Rounds: Presenter and Topic TBA

8:00 am  Post Grand Rounds Small Group Meet-The-Expert Sessions
John Luh, MD, Russel Pardoe Radiation Oncology Center, St Joseph Hospital, Eureka, CA
MACRA Regulatory Burdens and the Threat of Physician Burnout

Charles R. Thomas, MD, Chair, Radiation Medicine, OHSU School of Medicine
Burning Out of Medical Administrators,
Emily Dalton, MD, Pediatrician, Eureka CA
Quality Improvement (QI) Isn’t