2024 Wellness Summit

Live Sunday, May 5, 2024 and available on demand for ARRS 2024 Participants

We invite you to be a part of a transformative experience at ARRS 2024’s Wellness Summit! Join us as we explore the essential elements that create not only a great day at work but also a harmonious day of teamwork. Gain insights into how workload, your physical work environment, the quality of your working relationships, and your workflow all have a profound impact on your well-being.

It’s no secret that radiologist burnout is a widespread issue with far-reaching consequences for both patients and professionals. The Wellness Summit is here to provide you with practical strategies and innovative solutions to enhance your workflow, including the fascinating realm of AI.

Our panel discussion will encourage audience participation, offering you a platform to share your experiences and learn how to drive positive change. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to prioritize your well-being and career growth. See you at the Wellness Summit!

Session 1 – Defining a Well Day at Work

This panel discussion will examine the factors that influence a well and safe day at work, and a well day of teamwork. Participants will gain an understanding of the impact of workload, the physical work environment, relational climate, and work”flow” on wellbeing.

Session 2 – Efficiency: (AI and Related) Strategies and Solutions for Driving Wellness

Multiple peer-reviewed studies have consistently demonstrated a high prevalence of radiologist burnout. Burnout has been linked with adverse patient outcomes and physician turnover. In this session, practical strategies and solutions to improve radiologist workflow, including use of AI, are described.

Session 3 – Leadership Practices Fostering Wellness and Reducing Moral Distress

Moral distress is common in radiology and has been identified as a cause of burn-out. 18% of radiologists have left a position because of moral distress. In the current national staffing crisis, it is critical to put measures in place to improve retention. One of the three most common reasons for moral distress in radiologists is a perception of lack of leadership support. This course will outline proven leadership practices that reduce moral distress and improve wellness. In the following panel discussion with audience participation, radiologists will be able to share their experience and learn how to implement changes.

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