Healthcare workforce continues to be a hot button issue. Iowa communities are facing challenges recruiting and retaining across the healthcare workforce population, including nursing, pharmacy, direct care, public health, and others.
The Iowa Medical Society along with partner organizations are working together to assess and evaluate the current landscape and future of the healthcare workforce in Iowa. From these meetings, the statewide action plan will evolve to address current workforce challenges and opportunities.
We want to hear from YOU! We want to hear from people within communities about their communities.
Who should attend: Physicians, pharmacists, nurses, direct care workers, public health personnel, all healthcare professionals & administrators, human resource professionals, educators, community organizations, local business, patients & families, and community members.
Sioux City | 5:30 - 8:30pm
Recognize. Recover. Rebuild. is a physician-physician, peer-based programing recognizing the unique and exacerbating impact of the pandemic on physician wellness. This program features Dr. Charles Keller, MD, a physician leader with expertise spanning the C-suite through boots-on-the ground critical care during the pandemic, and a highly personal experience with burnout and recovery.
Recognize. Recover. Rebuild. programming offers the opportunity to break from didactic and move to relationship-based learning, translating principles and techniques into real-life, true-to-practice application and experiences. Through this programming participants are able to break down the burnout wall, appreciate the power of the person in the professional, and gain tested-and-true tools and techniques to build resilience and fight burnout – for themselves and others.
This programming offers the ability to bridge the individual towards system-based approaches through access to individualized Maslach Burnout Inventory Survey for Medical Professionals and the Areas of Worklife Survey group reports.
Join the Iowa Neurological Association for their Spring Resident Social! This event provides an opportunity for neurology residents to network with neurologists across the state as they explore career opportunities. Hors d'oeuvres and drinks will be provided, courtesy of Iowa Neurological Association.
This event is open to all INA members and neurologists in training. There is no cost to attend.
INA Spring Resident Social
Friday, April 14 | 6:00 - 8:00 pm
One Twenty Six
126 East Washington Street
Iowa City, IA
Please contact Mary Lyon with any questions, or to inquire about your membership status.
We hope to see you there!
Jessica Zuzga-Reed, DO, will be installed as the 174th president of the Iowa Medical Society. All members are invited to join as we recognize our incoming and outgoing leadership, as well as present our annual awards to providers, organizations, and laypeople for their outstanding contributions to Iowa health.
Attendees are welcome to participate in an evening social hour beginning at 6:00pm prior to the ceremony and presentation of awards. The program will begin promptly at 7:00pm.
In order to register as an IMS Member, you must be logged in to your account.
A block of rooms is being held at the Des Moines Marriott Downtown.
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Cedar Rapids | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
The Iowa Medical Society is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 515 E Locust St. Ste. 400 50309