AOOP Annual Meeting
Due to COVID-19
In lieu of an annual meeting in 2021,
we will do four quarterly online presentations.
Our first quarterly presentation will be held on
December 2, 2020
4:30-6:50 PM CST.
QUARTERLY SEASONAL SYMPOSIUM
4:30-445 PM CT
4:45-5:45 PM CT
5:45-5:50 PM CT
5:50-6:50 PM CT
6:50 PM CT
CONVERSATIONS WITH POLICE LEADERS: HOW ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHIATRY CAN HELP RESTORE SOCIAL TRUST BY SUPPORTING POLICE EXCELLENCE
Speakers: Michael Cox, Chief, Ann Arbor Police Department and former Superintendent, Boston Police Department
Andrew O. Brown, MD, Psychiatrist for the Boston Police Department
Chief Cox will join Dr. Brown in a discussion of police misconduct, anti-police sentiment, police mental health, police ethics, police excellence, and social trust.
THE ORGANIZATIONAL JOURNEY TO BUILDING A PHYSICIAN WELL-BEING PROGRAM
Speakers: Gaurava Agarwal, MD, Director of Physician Well-Being, Northwestern Medicine Medical Groups
Logan Pause, Physician Well-Being Program Director, Operations, Northwestern Medicine
Dr Agarwal and Mr Pause will share their strategic approach to building a physician well-being program at Northwestern Medicine. They will present Northwestern Medicine's journey to becoming an AMA Joy in Medicine Award recipient followed by a discussion with the audience.
A Message from the President of AOOP
Due to safety concerns with COVID-19, we have decided not to hold an Annual Meeting in Chicago and instead hold four quarterly mini-meetings that will be called Seasonal Symposia. The same high-quality talks and discussions of organizational and occupational topics will occur virtually with about ¼ of the content traditionally delivered at the annual meeting.
Our first AOOP Fall Symposium will be held on Wednesday December 2nd at 4:30 PM CST for approximately 2 hours. The first symposium will not have CME associated with it, however following ones will. We also will be staggering future meeting days and times to allow for different time zones and international members to more easily participate. Presenters and topics are in the works and will be updated on the website soon.
This program will provide current information on selected organizational and occupational psychiatry topics and provide important resources and networking opportunities necessary for keeping current in organizational and occupational psychiatry.
This program is intended for organizational and occupational psychiatrists and others interested in organizational and occupational psychiatry.
2020 Program Committee
Gaurava Agarwal, MD
Daven Morrison, MD
Nick Thomarios, DO, MBA
Andrew Brown, MD
Sandra Kopit Cohen, MD
Gaurava Agarwal MD, Assistant Professor, Northwestern University, Chicago, Il
Andrew Brown, MD, Consulting Psychiatrist, Boston Police Department, Boston, MA
David Morrison, MD, President, Morrison Associates, Ltd, Palatine, IL
Nick Thomarios, DO, MBA, Molina Healthcare, Charleston, SC
The fall activity will have no CME credit but future offerings will have CME available.
This meeting is free to AOOP Members.
The Fall 2020 Seasonal Symposium is free to interested physicians and allied medical personnel.
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