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Maintaining Healthy Work/Life Balance: How to Avoid Burnout While Sustaining Exceptional Performance, Part 1

Sunday, October 27, 2019 from 2:15 PM to 4:15 PM EST at 2nd Floor: Sutton Center/South

Available for 2.00 hours of CPE credit
Activity Number: 0217-0000-19-158-L04-P

In the ever increasingly hectic environment of healthcare, professional burnout has becoming a growing problem amongst healthcare providers. This session will describe the breadth, symptoms, risk factors and consequences for burnout in the pharmacy profession. Additionally we will explore strategies for evaluating work-life balance in high-achieving and motivated individuals through application and discussion with our panel of experts.

  • Lindsay M. Arnold, Pharm.D., BCPSModerator: Lindsay M. Arnold, Pharm.D., BCPS
    Clinical Pharmacy Manager PGY1 Residency Program Director St. Elizabeth's Medical Center Boston, Massachusetts
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Before the Burn: Defining Professional Burnout and its Scope
2:15 PM

  • Patrick J. Bridgeman, Jr., Pharm.D., BCPSSpeaker: Patrick J. Bridgeman, Jr., Pharm.D., BCPS
    Clinical Assistant Professor Pharmacy Practice and Administration Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Emergency Medicine Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital New Brunswick, NJ
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Learning Objectives
1. Describe the incidence and syndrome of professional burnout
2. Identify risk factors for professional burnout.
3. Explain the characteristics and utility of formal burnout assessments.
Feeling the Burn: Identifying and Minimizing the Burden of Professional Burnout
3:15 PM

  • Paul O. Gubbins, Pharm.D., FCCPSpeaker: Paul O. Gubbins, Pharm.D., FCCP
    Associate Dean, Vice Chair & Professor, UMKC School of Pharmacy at MSU Division of Pharmacy Practice & Administration, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Springfield, Missouri
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Learning Objectives
1. Describe short- and long-term consequences of professional burnout.
2. Identify and address contributors to professional burnout among clinical faculty and practitioners.
3. Identify symptoms of burnout in oneself and others.
4. Identify steps to provide assistance and direction for colleagues and trainees at risk for burnout.