Well-Being Special Interest Group
The mission of the Well-Being Special Interest Group is to develop and maintain a community of practice with which to facilitate discussion, establish collaborative curriculums, and share approaches to addressing drivers of distress, thereby contributing to the well-being of ASPHO members.
- Gain a better understanding of well-being in pediatric hematology/oncology, including the positive and negative factors influencing it and the change in well-being over time.
- Identify drivers of distress specific to the pediatric hematology/oncology community, including institutional and societal factors.
- Facilitate institutional approaches to developing curricular content for fellows and trainees directly addressing well-being.
- Collaborate to develop pilots of interventions to improve well-being for faculty across institutions.
- Establish a community of practice around well-being, including sharing experiences, ideas, and advocacy strategies to address burnout and improve well-being.
, MD, Chair
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Cohen Children's Medical Center
, MD, Vice Chair
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore
A discussion group in the ASPHO member community has been designated for members of the SIG to share information, documents, links and files. Members can join the SIG from their My Account Special Interest Groups account page. Current SIG members can access the community directly to participate.