2022 FCAAP Fall Wellness Series In Collaboration With MIAAP
We are delighted to announce that FCAAP and MIAAP will collaborate for the fall wellness series, a program exclusive for members from both Chapters.
Topic: Provider Burnout
Presenter: Zakia Alavi, MD
Day: Thursday, September 8th, 2022
Time: 12:00 pm ET
Description: Burnout is on the rise across the healthcare industry. While providers work in highly stressful environments and situations, it is not a usual part of the medical education curriculum how to manage the ongoing nature of that stress. Dr. Alavi will discuss what preventative measures can be employed and the importance to issue the same care and kindness to ourselves as you do to your patients.
Topic: Work-Family Life Balance
Co-Lead Florida: Dr. Robin Warner
Co-Lead Michigan: Dr. Lia Gaggino
Day: Friday, September 16th, 2022
Time: 12:30 PM ET
Description: Work-life balance is an inclusive approach toward all the facets of life that gives the utmost satisfaction and gives the feeling of fulfillment. Learning how to balance it out isn’t easy. While work-life balance may have a slightly different meaning in everyone’s life, there is common ground. Join Dr. Warner (Florida), and Dr. Gaggino (Michigan) for an enjoyable discussion.
Topic: Connect with Nature: Spending Time Outdoors & Wellbeing
Presenter: Britney Moore, Assistant Bureau Chief, Florida Office of Greenways & Trails
Day: Wednesday, September 21, 2022
Time: 12:30pm ET
Description: Spending time in nature can offer a mental and emotional refuge when you need to unwind and recharge. Whether it is a park nearby or exploring one of Florida’s diverse natural sites there are benefits to be had when we step outside. Britney Moore Assistant Bureau Chief, Florida Office of Greenways & Trails, will guide us to explore how to get outdoors more often and easy ways to incorporate a little nature into your every day.
Topic: Music Therapy & How It Helps
Presenter: Courtney Arndt, MT-BC
Day: Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Time: 12:30pm ET
Description: Can anyone try music therapy? Yes. Musical skills or talents are not required to participate. Humans have long appreciated the healing power of music. Join Courtney Arndt, Founder of Florida Music Therapy and Board-Certified Music Therapist to learn how the practice can help and why it’s been proven effective in psychological, emotional, physical, spiritual, cognitive, and social areas.
Questions? Contact Anayra Barreras Pena, FCAAP Membership Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.