8th Annual Sunnybrook Education Conference

Nov 22, 2019
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8:30am–4:30pm
Conference
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This full-day event is designed for the GTA health-care community and external partners in education. It will include a broad range of world-class speakers, presentations, posters and interactive workshops. The theme this year is "Educating for a resilient workplace: What is the path forward?"

Keynote: "Clinician Well-Being: Can’t Break a Stick in a Bundle" presented by Maryam S. Hamidi, PhD, Associate Director of Scholarship and Health Promotion at the Stanford Medicine WellMD and a UofT Alumni. The talk will explore what organizations, educators and individuals can do to promote clinician well-being.

Conference Objectives:

- Appreciate the stigma associated with burnout and increase understanding of the concepts, meaning and factors contributing to burnout and resilience. 
- Promote education about wellness and resilience through diverse teaching methods.
- Describe evidence-based interventions to enhance the wellbeing of healthcare providers and learners.
- Support networking amongst healthcare providers, educators, researchers and leaders

For more information and to register, visit Sunnybrook.ca/educationconference.

Location
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
2075 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, ON
M4N 3M5
2019-11-22 13:30:00 2019-11-22 21:30:00 UTC 8th Annual Sunnybrook Education Conference This full-day event is designed for the GTA health-care community and external partners in education. It will include a broad range of world-class speakers, presentations, posters and interactive workshops. The theme this year is "Educating for a resilient workplace: What is the path forward?"Keynote: "Clinician Well-Being: Can’t Break a Stick in a Bundle" presented by Maryam S. Hamidi, PhD, Associate Director of Scholarship and Health Promotion at the Stanford Medicine WellMD and a UofT Alumni. The talk will explore what organizations, educators and individuals can do to promote clinician well-being.Conference Objectives:- Appreciate the stigma associated with burnout and increase understanding of the concepts, meaning and factors contributing to burnout and resilience. - Promote education about wellness and resilience through diverse teaching methods.- Describe evidence-based interventions to enhance the wellbeing of healthcare providers and learners.- Support networking amongst healthcare providers, educators, researchers and leadersFor more information and to register, visit Sunnybrook.ca/educationconference. 2075 Bayview Avenue - Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre education@sunnybrook.ca