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AAPPR Live Webinar: Physician Burnout is at an ALL-Time High: What Recruiters Need to Know
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 Export to Your Calendar 11/18/2020
When: Wednesday, November 18, 2020
1:00-2:00 PM, EST
Where: Online and conference call - link will be emailed in registration confirmation.
United States

Online registration is available until: 11/18/2020
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Physician Burnout is at an ALL-Time Hight: What Recruiters Need to Know

Time: 1:00 pm EDT/ 12:00 pm CT / 11:00 am MT / 10:00 am PT

Cost: Members/Free, Non-members/Free

Webinar Overview

There is an epidemic in U.S. health Care: physicians are stressed and burned out.  Physician recruiter's see the natural bi-produce of burnout - higher physician turnover. It is estimated that physician burnout adds nearly $5 billion per year to health care spending in the United States.  What is burnout exactly? What can a physician recruiter do in the face of burnout?  How can you be an agent of change?  In this session we will:

  1. Learn the definition of burnout and identify the symptoms of burnout
  2. Identify two system drivers that can cause burnout
  3. Identify two ways they can support physicians that are exemplifying burnout symptoms


Terri Christensen, Ph.D., CEO, H&H Associates, LLC

Dr. Christensen is the President of H&H Associates, a talent management firm based in Cleveland, Ohio. She has provided executive coaching and consulting services in the healthcare, higher education, and professional services sectors.

Dr. Christensen launched her healthcare career at the Cleveland Clinic as the Executive Director of Physician Experience and Support. As part of that role, she oversaw physician vitality, physician onboarding, leadership development, physician career development, physician succession planning, and the Cleveland Clinic Academy.

Since her time at the Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Christensen has served as the Vice President for Learning Innovation at Allegheny Health Network in Pittsburgh, PA. She focused on creating a network-wide educational strategy by developing a Physician Leadership Institute and Health Sciences Center.

Most recently, Dr. Christensen served as the Senior Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives and Health Affairs at Northeast Ohio Medical University. As part of that role, she oversaw the long-term and annual strategic planning process for the College of Medicine as well as serve as an internal consultant for college leaders in vetting strategic ideas, identifying growth opportunities, developing plans for key initiatives, and measuring existing initiatives.

Dr. Christensen graduated from The University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She received a Master of Arts in college student personnel from Bowling Green State University and a Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Curriculum and Instruction from Kent State University.


Jenifer (Haller) Hill, M.A., P.C.C., B.C.C., P.C.C.-S. is an International Coaching Federation (I.C.F.) Professional Certified Coach (P.C.C.), and Board Certified Executive Career & Leadership Coach (B.C.C.), Certified Healthcare Coach, Professional Clinical Counselor- Supervisor, meditation and mindfulness teacher, leadership development consultant, and facilitator.

She is dedicated to empowering leaders and individuals with self-awareness, mindfulness, well-being, and innovative thinking so they can accurately identify their purpose and execute a clear personal and professional vision.

A licensed mental health therapist, with extensive knowledge of human behavior, Jenifer holds a bachelor's degree in Human Development and Family Studies from The Ohio State University, a master's degree in Counseling and Human Development from Walsh University, an Executive Coaching Certificate from the College of Executive Coaching, and Healthcare Coaching Certificates from both Virginia Tech and the Healthcare Coaching Institute. Grounded in person-centered philosophy, she created and managed a national Executive Coaching program and has provided coaching to leaders from the manager to the C-Suite level, globally. Within her leadership development tenure, Jenifer has delivered customized career and leadership assessment and development centers, coaching, consulting, and facilitation to upwards of 2,000 individuals.

Jenifer is a dynamic, challenging, and thoughtful Executive Coach, dedicated to providing a supportive, motivating, and thought-provoking environment. Amongst a V.U.C.A world of the 21st century, Jenifer's experiences both living and working internationally have amplified her cultural awareness and expanded her global mindset and industry experience. By combining her clinical, coaching, and consultative skills, Jenifer guides clients towards their individualized needs and goals. She yields a global perspective, up to date knowledge, fact-based resources, candid feedback, and a deep understanding of leading from a place of wholeness. By adjusting to the needs of clients while simultaneously adhering to a code of integrity and excellence, she digs deep, provides space for clients to discover their meaning, heal beyond the obstacle, and begin to illuminate their path forward.

A "learner," Jenifer enjoys practicing yoga, exploring the outdoors, and expanding the outlook of others while providing a holistic approach to leadership development and mindfulness. Named one of The 2014 Top 20 Under 40 Professionals, Jenifer has a reputation as an innovative leader, focused on tactfully challenging both individuals and organizations to expand their organizational development strategies. Jenifer resides in Ohio with her husband and sons.


 Allyson Boodram, Medical Director, Atrium Health Union, Pediatric Hospitalist

Dr. Boodram received her medical degree from St. Georges School of Medicine and completed her residency in Pediatrics at Indiana University, Riley Hospital for Children and was a first year fellow in Pediatric Cardiology at Indiana University Riley Hospital for Children.

Dr. Boodram is long standing Community Pediatric Hospitalist practicing pediatric acute care medicine. Her skill set includes creating and building pediatric care service lines within adult hospital settings and she has successfully created two pediatric service lines within adult hospital settings. She is an advocate for more alliance/collaborations between tertiary care children's Hospitals and smaller community hospitals as an effective and efficient means to align individual organizational visions in providing exceptional care to patients.

Dr Boodram also serves as a pediatric expert in reviewing pediatric cases and providing assessment and identifying an organizations area for improvement.

Through her experience as both a patient and physician, she has a desire to see faculty wellness for those in healthcare as a priority.  Dr Boodram regularly conducts workshops on faculty and physician wellness.


Herbert A. Schumm, M.D., F.A.A.F.P., Vice President, Medical Director Education and Physician Engagement

Dr. Schumm received his medical degree from Wright State University School of Medicine. His Residency in Family Practice was completed at St. Elizabeth Medical Center Covington, Kentucky.  Herb is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.

Herb is a family physician by training and an administrator by experience.  Prior to moving to the “other side”, he was in a private practice which included obstetrics.  For fifteen years, he provided direction as the Vice President of Medical Affairs at St. Rita’s Health Partners.  In fall of 2012, he became President of St. Rita’s Professional Services. In 2016 he moved into a new role leading provider professional development for Mercy Health now Bon Secours Mercy Health. 

Herb currently serves as Chair of the Huntington University Board of Trustees. He enjoys woodworking, building folk instruments and investing in the next generation of leaders.

Herb has been married to Paula for 38 years.  Paula is a folk musician who shares her music in hospitals and hospice.  They have two adult children.