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Chuck Wright

Medical Office Resources of Florida 

Dear (Contact First Name),

A New Look The Serious Problem of Physician Burnout

Small Steps Systems and Individuals Can Take to Build Resiliency, Fight Burnout, and Change Healthcare

The delivery of Healthcare in America continues to experience unprecedented and challenging changes.  Physicians and other providers of direct care are experiencing burnout at epidemic rates and patients are beginning to feel the repercussions of physician exhaustion and disengagement. There is new research that is calling on systems to make changes in how care is being delivered and how physicians are being measured.  The recommendations are being implemented and measured and will hopefully inform best practices.  At the same time, physicians need resources to maintain their own health while the system learns to adjust.  Please join us for a discussion of the system and individual resiliency strategies that are being considered in the research and implemented at some organizations.

Presented by Kathy Gibney, Director of Physician Support Services of Florida Hospital and other supporting physicians.

About the Speaker

Kathy Gibney, PhD, ABPP, Psychologist, is the Director of the Center for Physician Wellbeing at Florida Hospital.  She has enjoyed redesigning an expanded direction for the previous Physician Support Services Department with a focus on Prevention of Burnout and Building Resiliency. She received her doctoral training in psychology at Northeastern University and her clinical training at BU Medical Center and the Center for Multicultural Psychology where she was a clinician and teaching fellow. Kathy’s early work focused on trauma in families, specifically when someone was murdered. Since those beginnings she has worked in a variety of clinical settings as a psychologist and clinical supervisor.  Kathy has taught psychology at several universities: University of Notre Dame, University of Arizona, and University of New Hampshire.    Her past experiences have increased her passion and appreciation for the personal and professional journeys of individuals and the stories those adventures write on peoples’ hearts. She is dedicated to walking with physicians and administrators during this time of change in healthcare.


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