is a family physician and works as a hospitalist and palliative care physician. She teaches in the Division of Family and Community Medicine at Stanford University Medical Center and is on the Boards of the National Women's Health Network and American College of Women's Health Physicians.
"This is our tenth meeting of women physicians since 1997," Charlea Massion writes. "In a community of peers and colleagues, we will reflect deeply on our personal and professional lives, encourage a better balance of work and play, and support each other in our evolution as healers. Our theme for this conference is resilience."
Each day participants will experience:
· Facilitated small-group seminars to explore the creativity and joy, as well as the grief and traumas, of medical training and practice