Advocating For Career Flexibility: Trainees and Early Career Members
Webinar Overview: Advocating for Career Flexibility: Trainees and Early Career Members
Join ACC leaders to discuss recommendations from ACC's 2022 Health Policy Statement on Career Flexibility in Cardiology, including the role flexible schedules have in improving well-being, increasing employee retention, and building a thriving cardiovascular (CV) workforce.
This webinar, sponsored by ACC's Clinician Well-Being Working Group, reviews recommendations from ACC's 2022 Health Policy Statement on Career Flexibility in Cardiology. Drs. Julie Damp, Daniel Murphy, James Arrighi, Jamal Rana, Anna Lisa Chamis, and Ada Stefanescu will discuss how Fellows-in-Training and Early Career Professionals can advocate for flexible schedules, leading to improved workforce health and productivity. Clinician Well-Being leaders, program directors, institution chiefs and Early Career members will offer valuable insight to CV professionals about advocating for their own schedule preferences and needs to enhance work-life integration. This is the second webinar in the Clinician Well-Being and Career Flexibility Series.
Key Objectives/Learning Outcomes:
- Understand how career and schedule flexibility affects clinician well-being
- Learn from program directors and institution leaders about how to best advocate for a flexible schedule and career
Moderators: Julie B. Damp, MD, FACC and Daniel J. Murphy, Jr, MD, FACC
Speaker: James Arrighi, MD, FACC
Speaker: Anna Lisa Chamis, MD, FACC
Speaker: Jamal S. Rana, MD, FACC
Speaker: Ada C. Stefanescu Schmidt, MD, MSc, FACC
No credit is being offered for this webinar.