According to a study at Mayo Clinic published in JAMA, physicians who participated in facilitated physician discussion groups every other week over a period of 9 months reported increased empowerment and engagement at work.
In addition, the number of participants strongly agreeing that their work was meaningful increased, while rates of depersonalization, emotional exhaustion and overall burnout decreased.
In response to studies highlighting the value of ongoing physician discussion groups, we are now offering a Rediscovering Meaning In Our Work physician discussion group in Boise.
Each month, we meet to explore some of the issues facing physicians, connect with other members of our physician community and investigate new research and opportunities.
Please join us for local tea, fresh fruit, superfood chocolate and relaxed conversations with peers. You are invited to participate whenever it is convenient.
Medical school student physicians are welcome.
If you would like to join us, please contact Deb Roman.
Physicians and medical school students who are interested in developing an individualized approach to enhance their health, vitality and enthusiasm for professional work are invited to schedule Meaningful Work Peer to Peer Consultations.