Webinar: Avoiding and/or Recovering from Physician Burnout

Avoid burnout and/or recovering from burnout can be accomplished by creating a viable margin in our lives. Lessons learned the hard way from a former burned out surgeon. 

After attending this webinar, the participants should be able to know/do the following:

1. Have a better understanding of who is at risk for burnout.
2. Have a better understanding of what leads to burnout.
3. Begin to look for ways in their own life/practice where they can limit or improve triggers that may lead to burnout.
4. Spark interest in ability to help those around them who may be at risk for burnout.

If you are viewing this webinar on-demand, you can still join the discussion and ask the instructor questions by using the interactive "Discussion" tab after you register. All attendees of this webinar have access to this discussion board to continue the conversation after the live event. 

Kelly Gabel, D.O., FACOS

Chief of Surgery, Citizen's Medical Center

Kelly B. Gabel, D.O., FACOS, is Chief of Surgery and Director of Anesthesia at Citizen's Medical Center in Colby, Kansas. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Biology from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas and earned his Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences – College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCUMB-COM). He completed his General Surgery Residency at Botsford Hospital in Farmington Hills, Michigan where he served as Chief Resident. From 2016 to 2018 Dr. Gabel served as the District Coroner for Thomas County, Kansas. Dr. Gabel is a generous volunteer with numerous organizations. He is also a very active member of the ACOS and many other osteopathic associations.


Webinar: Avoiding or Recovering from Physician Burnout
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