A Dialogue Around Physician Suicide

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W21C Research and Innovation Centre

GD01, TRW Building

3280 Hospital Drive Northwest

Calgary, AB T2N 4Z6

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Physician suicide is the result of many diverse and overwhelming biopsychosocial factors coming together, set against a backdrop of stigma. Join us for this question and answer format session, where Dr. Michael Myers, MD will discuss the multiple dynamics that drive physician suicide and how to ensure physicians are supported. Dr. Jane Lemaire, MD is the session moderator.

Join us in-person or by webinar for this free event presented in partnership by the Alberta Medical Association Physician and Family Support Program and Well Doc Alberta.

Please note that this event is for STAFF PHYSICIANS. There is a separate earlier event for learners and program directors on site only in Theatre One of the Health Sciences Center, University of Calgary from 07:30-08:30.



Dr. Michael F. Myers, MD

Dr. Michael F. Myers

Dr. Myers is a Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. He is a specialist in physician health and his most recent book is “Why Physicians Die by Suicide: Lessons Learned from Their Families and Others Who Cared.” He lectures widely throughout North America and beyond.

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W21C Research and Innovation Centre

GD01, TRW Building

3280 Hospital Drive Northwest

Calgary, AB T2N 4Z6

Canada

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