“Time to Talk About It: Physician Depression and Suicide” Video/Discussion Session for Interns, Residents, and Fellows

Physician wellness has garnered significant recent national attention within graduate medical education (GME). Unfortunately, the resources to proactively address burnout, depression, and suicide are lacking. The “Time to Talk About It: Physician Depression and Suicide” video/discussion session is specifically designed for the GME community.

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Dr. Dike Drummond, the Happy MD, Seminar on April 30 - Register Now

Learn how to make yourself Burnout Proof - Reduce Risk, Lower Stress, Build Life Balance and a More Ideal Practice with Dr. Dike Drummond, the Happy MD

This interactive, high-energy live workshop, sponsored by SVMIC, will help attendees recognize and prevent burnout, reduce malpractice risk, lower stress and build a more balanced life using insights and practical strategies based on Dr. Dike Drummond's 2,100+ hours of one-on-one physician coaching. 

The seminar will be 8-10 a.m., Tuesday, April 30 at the Chattanooga Convention. It offers up to 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for physicians and non-physicians will receive a certificate of participation. 

For more information or to register, please click here.
For more information about Dr. Drummond, please visit his website, TheHappyMD.com.

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