ECHO Session- Burnout Basics: Lessons Learned from Interprofesssional Experiences co-creating and co-leading a resident wellness curriculum intended to build community, prevent burnout, and make work
During this session our interprofessional panelists will describe burnout and a model that can be used to design interventions to mitigate it including practical arts-based interventions that can used to cultivate empathy, strengthen relationships and mitigate burnout.
Jeffrey Moat, CM
Chief Executive Officer, Pallium Canada
o Daphna Grossman - MD, CCFP (PC)
o Kanae Kinoshita - MA, RP
o Rena Arshinoff, PhD, RP
o Warren Lewin, MD, CCPF (PC)
Duration: 1 hour
About the Palliative Care ECHO Project:
The Palliative Care ECHO Project is a 5-year national initiative to cultivate communities of practice and establish continuous professional development among health care providers across Canada who care for patients with life-limiting illness.