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Registration open for Society’s forum on physician well-being and resiliency

The Wisconsin Medical Society is hosting a Physician Well-being and Resiliency Forum November 28 at Carroll University in Waukesha.

While there’s a wealth of research regarding physician burnout, addressing the problem is no small task. During this half-day forum, Arthur S. Hengerer, MD, director and past chair of the Federation of State Medical Boards, will discuss efforts nationally to improve physician wellness, and the American Medical Association will present results of the Society’s 2017 mini Z survey, including an analysis on how Wisconsin physicians compare nationally in the areas of satisfaction and burnout. The agenda also features a panel discussion and the opportunity to network with colleagues.

Intended for physicians as well as human resources, wellness and quality improvement and safety staff, the forum will take place from noon to 4 p.m., followed immediately by a networking reception. There is no fee to participate, but registrataion is required and space is limited. Click here for more information.

If you have questions, contact Anne Hauer at 608.442.3749

This event is supported in part by a grant from The Physicians Foundation.

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