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Professional Burnout and Personal Wellbeing. MLA’s 2022 Women’s Networking CPD

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Credits
Professionalism (Ethics, etc.): 0.5
40 minutes
Published
2022
Presenter(s)
Hilary Jenkins
Emily Jones
Anna Szczurcko
Source
Middlesex Law Association
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
40 minutes
Price
$79.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

Wellbeing is an increasingly recognized need for lawyers; however, there are considerable challenges addressing the issue. Unlike burnout, wellbeing is not strictly a work-related construct but instead is multifaceted and comprised of personal, social, cultural, and professional domains. By impacting occupational burnout, personal wellbeing may shift in a more positive direction.

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Emily Jones, spoke about occupational burnout and personal wellbeing for lawyers. During the session, Dr. Jones discussed:

  • the implications of burnout and wellbeing;
  • the identity of burnout as it relates to lawyers;
  • contributors to burnout within the profession;
  • the degree to which burnout and its effects are prevalent;
  • approaches to resolving burnout at different levels within the field;
  • and strategies to preserve personal wellbeing.

Presenters

Hilary Jenkins

Dr. Emily Jones General Internal Medicine Specialist

Dr. Jones is a General Internal Medicine specialist, currently working at London Health Sciences Centre. She obtained her medical degree from the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, completed residency at Western University, and her General Internal Medicine subspecialty training at McMaster University. Dr. Jones has also completed her Masters of Evidence-Based Medicine at the University of Oxford, with a dissertation focused on the scope, nature, and utility of tools and their outcomes used to detect changes in physician wellbeing. She has received further wellbeing training as a Wellbeing Champion in Philadelphia through the American College of Physicians, and is a member of the CSIM Health and Wellbeing Promotion committee.

Anna Szczurcko

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