Promoting Physician Well-Being and Engagement

Click Here to View 2016 Survey Results  Click Here to View Wellness Letter

 

 

Dear Colleagues, residents and students:

 

The University of Tennessee College of Medicine Chattanooga, (UTCOMC) is committed to promote physician trainee wellbeing and enagement. This issue is of high priority for us, and we have partnered with our affiliate hospital The Erlanger Health System (EHS), in this endeavor. With the assistance of the wellness task force which draws on the experience and participation from UTCOMC GME Leadership, the Chief Medical Officer, Chief Nursing Officer, Chief of Staff and a champion from most departments we have initiated a program which is dedicated to:

  • Understanding and promoting physician and trainee engagement and well-being
  • Providing resources for physicians and trainees that help them promote their own wellness
  • Discovering personal and organizational approaches to prevent and address physician and trainee distress
  • Creating a workplace culture that is energy replenishing
WELLNESS TASK FORCE
Chair
Mukta Panda, MD, MACP, Professor and Assistant Dean for Medical Student Education
Members
R. Bruce Shack, MD, Professor and Dean
Robert C. Fore, EdD, Professor and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
William L. Jackson Jr., MD, MBA, Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer
Jan Keys, DNP, RN, FACE, Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive
James Sizemore, MD, Assistant Professor and Chief of Staff
Alison Bailey, MD, Associate Professor in Internal Medicine and Program Director, Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship
Jennifer Whitley Dooley, MD, Assistant Professor and Program Director, Internal Medicine
W. Heath Giles, MD, Assistant Professor and Program Director, Surgery
James Haynes, MD, Associate Professor and Program Director, Family Medicine
Janara J. Huff, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor and Program Director, Pediatrics
Garrett Lam, MD, Professor and Chair, OB/GYN
Louis R. Lambiase, MD, Professor and Chair, Internal Medicine
Sudave Mendiratta, MD, Assistant Professor and Program Director, Emergency Medicine
David C. Seaberg, MD, Professor and Chair, Emergency Medicine

 

We appreciate your assistance in completing the survey sent in the late summer of 2016. The results will be available on the UTCOMC website and EHS intranet.

 

Sincerely,

 

                                  

R. Bruce Shack, MD

Professor and Dean

 

Mukta Panda, MD, MACP

Professor and Assistant Dean for Medical Student Education 

     

 

 

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