Controlling Yourself During Uncontrollable Times: Resilience Strategies for Women in Medicine
October 19, 2021
6 to 7 p.m.
Live virtual program via Microsoft Teams
• Discuss the primary determiner of work/life satisfaction for women working in medicine.
• List at least two findings from research on the effects of a mother’s work on her children.
• Identify the key technique for staying resilient during times of unprecedented high demand/low control stress.
Target Audience: All Female Physicians and Other Interested Health Care Professionals.
Gap to be Filled: Lack of support for female physicians and advanced practice providers.
Goal of this Live Activity: Women in medicine who are more resilient.
Rebecca Fallon, MS
As the Director of Wellness Services for the Sotile Center for Resilience, Rebecca coordinates and delivers wellness services to a diverse population of professionals. A published author and engaging and dynamic speaker, Rebecca also lectures nationally about the unique work/life challenges and solutions faced by high achievers. Her presentations combine descriptions of evidence-based tactics and strategies for promoting personal and professional resilience; practical advice for managing the constant changes affecting workplaces today; and “from the trenches” advice about what differentiates professionals who thrive from colleagues who flounder in burnout, disillusionment, and work/life distress.
After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in psychology, Rebecca obtained a Master of Science degree in Clinical and Health Psychology from the University of Florida. She is also a Master Health and Wellness Coach. She currently serves as a coach through the FirstHealth Center for Provider Well-being and has also provided several speaking engagements with FHC’s Nursing Leadership Council.