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Nisha Mehta, MD, to keynote Society’s Fall Well-Being and Empowerment Forum

The Wisconsin Medical Society continues to lead the conversation about burnout for physicians and health care teams with this follow-up to last year’s successful event. The Fall Well-being and Empowerment Forum will be held Thursday, November 21, 2019 at the Italian Conference Center in Milwaukee, Wis.

The day will be split into two sessions. Nicole Eull, PsyD, Director of Wellbeing, Advocate Aurora, will facilitate the morning session which is designed for physicians. Attendees will leave this program with measurable goals to make meaningful change.

Nisha Mehta, MD

The afternoon session is designed for all health professionals to create and lead sustainable change across the health care landscape. Lunch will feature keynote Nisha Mehta, MD, whose work focuses on changing the culture of medicine and the challenges of the current health care landscape.

Click here for the agenda and details, then register to be a part of this important conversation about addressing burnout and well-being. Medical residents are eligible for a 50% discount! Please email membership@wismed.org or call 866.442.3800 for the discount code or more information.

Developed by the Wisconsin Medical Society; funding supported by Investors Associated, The Physicians Foundation and the Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation.


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