Every healthcare practitioner understands and feels the pressures of a career in healthcare. The pandemic threatened your safety and escalated stress and burnout. SVMIC is offering on a limited basis, a live session which provides an introduction into the professional health and wellness spectrum, focusing on valuable techniques to support and thrive in personal health and wellness while avoiding, preventing, and managing stress and burnout risks. Participants will learn approaches that enhance resilience while reducing and preventing stress in the workplace and at home and engage in reflective practices and activities that develop skills for improving wellness and interpersonal relationships. This session is a vital component to moving from simply surviving to thriving within the pandemic and after, and will be presented by Dr. Charlene Dewey, who is the Assistant Dean for Educator Development and Director for Professional Health at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine/Medical Center. Look for schedule and registration information for our limited live seminar series coming soon in the Education section of your Vantage® portal.
Jeffrey A. Woods is the Director of Risk Education in the Risk Education and Evaluation Services Department at SVMIC. Jeff received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tennessee Martin and his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Following graduation, he practiced law in Knoxville for almost 15 years, advising physicians and healthcare providers and defending them in malpractice claims. He is licensed to practice in Tennessee and all Federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association.
Jeff joined SVMIC in 2003 and was a Senior Claims Attorney until 2015 when he transferred to his current position.
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