Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic:
Dear Potential Participants,
As a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we are making every attempt to get our courses to an on-line version. However, not all courses lend themselves to on-line learning.
Most of our courses are highly interactive and have small group activities and role plays. Therefore, we are attempting to get all materials printed and distributed to those who will participate in the on-line version of a course (prescribing and boundaries) through May. At this time, all distressed physician programs are still scheduled for live courses only. This may change as time goes by.
We also realize that you may have board requirements and timelines, however, in response to the social distancing, we cannot meet every possible change given the new normal for at least the next two or three months. So please bear with us as we try our best to meet everyone’s needs. Thank you for your understanding.
Dr. Dewey and The CPH Team
New Information for YOU!!!Please see our Education page for new resources related to education and resilience and wellness of healthcare providers related to the COVID-19 pandemic. See tool bar at the top of page or click on Education.
Coronavirus at US Department of State.gov
The Center for Professional Health (CPH) is located at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC). The CPH is part of the Division of General Internal Medicine and Public Health. The VUMC Faculty Wellness Committee is located in the CPH with Dr. Charlene Dewey as Chair. The CPH focuses on physician wellness issues primarily through CME courses for physicians who misprescribe controlled substances, violate sexual boundaries with patients, staff or colleagues or exhibit disruptive behavior.