#101: Promoting Mental and Emotional Well-being through Peer Support featuring Dr. Jo Shapiro
Dr. Jo Shapiro was the founding Director of the Center for Professionalism and Peer Support at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and is an associate professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Harvard Medical School..
Dr. Shapiro saw early on how the culture of medicine needed to better support physicians and how physicians could support each other. The center was intentionally designed to provide practical applications through programs that have become models for other institutions. Dr. Shapiro continues to educate and assist organizations in developing specific programmatic and educational approaches, such as peer support, well-being programs, professionalism initiatives, and conflict management.
We are so excited to bring Dr. Shapiro on to the show to find out why peer support is such a powerful solution to emotional well-being. Tune in as we explore organizational change, how to best support leaders, give people agency, combat isolation and how we can all be partners, not victims, in organizational change.
You may or may not realize this yet, but this episode is filled with pearls of wisdom and information that all leaders can benefit from, so don’t hesitate, listen now!
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