Preventing physician suicide: We all have a role to play
Presented in partnership with the American College of Emergency Physicians, the American Psychiatric Association, and the Coalition on Psychiatric Emergencies
Despite the high-risk of burnout, physicians who die by suicide are less likely to be receiving mental health treatment compared with non-physicians who died by suicide. Factors, such as stigma or fear of the potential negative impact on training and career often prevent physicians from seeking care.
As such, peer-recognition of the signs and symptoms of burnout and depression, as well as knowledge for how to create a supportive environment, are extremely important in team-based settings.
Join us for a webinar that will provide you with best practices for peer-recognition of the signs and symptoms of suicidal ideation.
June 23, 2020
1:00 pm CDT
Wisconsin Chapter, American College of Emergency Physicians563 Carter Court, Suite BKimberly, WI 54136920-750-7725 | WACEP@badgerbay.co
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