A meaningful organizational commitment to workforce well-being and resilience from leaders in healthcare organizations and departments is critical to mitigating burnout. As our country experiences extraordinary surges with COVID-19, it is more important than ever to bolster the resilience of our nation’s healthcare workforce and systems. Join us for this podcast that will outline action steps that leaders can take to “fix the workplace” and not just “fix the worker.”
- Organizational Evidence-Based and Promising Practices for Improving Clinician Well-Being (National Academy of Medicine)
Dr. Christine Sinsky is Vice President of Professional Satisfaction at the American Medical Association. A board-certified internist, she practiced at Medical Associates Clinic in Dubuque, Iowa for 32 years. Dr. Sinsky is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the ABIM Foundation, serving as Chair from 2018-2020.
Dr. Sinsky has worked to improve opportunities for joy, purpose and meaning in work. Publications on “The Quadruple Aim”, “Joy in Practice”, “Texting while Doctoring” and “Creating a Manageable Cockpit for Clinicians” have contributed to the national conversation. She has also contributed to research regarding the prevalence, drivers and solutions to burnout among physicians.
Christina Y. Martin, Pharm.D., M.S., is the Director of Membership Forums. In this role, Dr. Martin leads the development and implementation of strategies and programs for student and new practitioner members. Dr. Martin received her Pharm.D. from the University of Pittsburgh before completing a combined PGY1/PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration residency at the University of Kansas Hospital. Dr. Martin holds a Master of Science degree in Pharmacy Practice from the University of Kansas. Dr. Martin is an active member of the American Society of Association Executives, currently serving on the Young Professional Committee.
Anna Dopp, Pharm.D.,serves as the Senior Director of Clinical Guidelines and Quality Improvement at ASHP. Prior to this role, Dr. Dopp served as the Vice President of Public Affairs for the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin while practicing as a clinical pharmacist at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics. She also served as a Pharmacy Benefit Consultant with WEA Trust in Madison, WI and a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy. Dr. Dopp received her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University Of Minnesota College Of Pharmacy and served as a Congressional Health Policy Fellow with the United States Senate.