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A Cry for Help: Front-Line Clinicians In Crisis & What Leaders Can Do To Help

Please join us for a virtual roundtable discussion

A CRY FOR HELP: FRONT-LINE CLINICIANS IN CRISIS & WHAT LEADERS CAN DO TO HELP

Tuesday, September 28th, 2021 | 3PM ET, 12 noon PT

Join Corey Feist, CEO of University of Virginia Medical Group and Co-Founder of the Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes’ Foundation and Stephen Beeson, MD, Founder of the Clinician Experience Project, as they discuss the national health care crisis of burnout and PTSD, and the movement underway to promote meaningful action and accountability.

They will:

  • Introduce the origin, purpose, and initiatives of the Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes’ Foundation
  • Discuss the current state of burnout
  • Highlight efforts underway, the successes, setbacks, and opportunities in front of us
  • Share how you can join the national discussion and collaborative work that is forming
  • Provide practical tools to deliver support to your clinicians, nurses, leaders, and teams

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OUR SPEAKERS

Stephen Beeson, MD

Stephen Beeson, MD

CEO & Founder of Practicing Excellence

As a successful family medicine physician, medical group leader, and physician coach, Dr. Beeson’s career has pioneered an approach to both the patient and clinician experience with demonstrated transformative results. 

J. Corey Feist, JD, MBA

J. Corey Feist, JD, MBA

CEO of University of Virginia Medical Group

Corey is the Co-Founder of the Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes’ Foundation and Corey currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the University of Virginia Physicians Group, the medical group practice of UVA Health comprised of 1200+ physicians and advanced practice providers.

VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE PREVIEW

About the Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes Foundation:

The Foundation’s mission is to reduce burnout of health care professionals and safeguard their well-being and job satisfaction. The Foundation envisions a world where seeking mental health services is universally viewed as a sign of strength for health care professionals.