National Conference & Wellness Expo
Nov. 5-7, 2021
Two Days of Powerful Talks & Experiences
Nov. 5-7, 2021
As a medical professional, your life is dedicated to taking care of others. While the calling is noble and you are heroes for everyone you take care of, the burden you carry can be heavy. Who is there to take care of caregivers like you?
The Provider Wellness Symposium is a national conference and wellness expo that promotes health and wellness for healthcare providers. Our mission is to help caregivers learn to properly self-care and give providers tools to better care for themselves, so they can more effectively care for others.
This conference was designed specifically for providers like you. Even though you love your job, you may feel tired, burnt out, have a hard time coping and may even be tempted to turn to unhealthy habits to get through the day. You need a place where you can get away, learn how to take care of yourself while you take care of others, and meet other clinicians who experience your same struggles and stressors.
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Being held at the peaceful Lost Pines Resort & Spa, nestled in 405 acres along the Colorado River, The Provider Wellness Symposium provides the perfect setting for relaxation and rejuvenation. Top experts in the industry will teach how to take care of yourself through both lecture style learning and hands-on experiences. In addition, enjoy the ultimate relaxation with an afternoon at the spa, horseback riding, petting a Texas Longhorn or just sharing experiences around a campfire with some freshly made s’mores. This conference weekend promises to have everything you need to let the stress and fatigue melt away.
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You are not alone.
Clinicians who care for the ill are at high risk for decreased physical and emotional well-being including burnout, decreased resiliency and productivity. In addition, clinicians can experience moral distress and compassion fatigue. This event aims to give providers tools to better care for themselves, so they can more effectively care for others.