The mission of the Alaska Chapter of the American College of Surgeons is twofold. First, it is to improve the health of the region by promoting the highest standards of surgical care through education, mentorship, and fellowship. Second, it is to be an effective voice for surgeons in achieving these standards.
Well-being affects how engaged you feel with your patients, colleagues, work, and social support system. It drives your sense of professional and personal sense of purpose, confidence, mental and emotional energy, physical health, and much more. Well-being needs to be fostered at all levels—from individual to systemic as well as throughout a surgeon’s entire career.
Join us for... Reframing Surgeon Well-Being: How the Trauma Model Informs Approaches to Well-Being Solutions at Systemic Levels
Wednesday, January 20 | 3:00–4:00 pm CT
This webinar will apply the trauma model to surgeon well-being and address various issues, factors, and drivers at all levels of well-being and an organization. Panelists will also discuss the cultural and environmental change needed to prioritize well-being, highlight new perspectives to de-stigmatize surgeon well-being, and share experiences of engaging leadership to prioritize well-being.