CPPPH offers regional workshops on physician well-being September 27, 2017 General CME, Continuing Medical Education, CPPPH, Physician Well-Being, Physician Wellness, Seminars 0 California Public Protection and Physician Health. Inc. (CPPPH) is hosting two fall workshops for hospital medical staffs and groups interested in physician health and well-being. The workshops will be held in Oakland on Saturday, October 7, and in Los Angeles on Saturday, November 4. The workshop, "Effective Functioning of Wellbeing Committees," is intended for hospital medical staff, medical groups, specialty societies, and others involved or interested in improving the health and well-being of physicians. Workshop topics include: How to handle the first meeting with a physician when it is about disruptive behavior or aging What records the committee should keep What the committee should be reporting to the medical executive committee and what medical staff bylaws say about it Physicians attending can receive 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. To register for the Oakland workshop, click here, or to register for the Los Angeles workshop, click here. For more information, email CPPPH at email@example.com or call (800) 381-2383. CPPPH was established in 2009 as an independent nonprofit corporation dedicated to developing a statewide physician health program to respond to the needs articulated by physician health committees. CPPPH is funded by the California Medical Association and its component societies, the California Hospital Association, California's specialty societies, and medical liability insurance carriers and individual donors. Comments are closed.