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Lisa MacLean, MD is the Chief Clinical Wellness Officer for the Henry Ford Medical Group in Detroit, Michigan where she develops programming to assist clinicians in optimizing healthy coping strategies, finding good life balance and delivering high quality health care. Prior to her appointment at Henry Ford Health in 2017, Dr. MacLean served as Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Career Development at Wayne State University School of Medicine. Dr. MacLean’s has a long relationship with Henry Ford Health System. Previously, she worked at Henry Ford Hospital where she served as Psychiatry Residency Program Director, Chair of the Graduate Medical Education Committee, and Director of Education for the Psychiatry Department.
Psychiatry resident in NYC with master's degrees in Applied Positive Psychology & Clinical Research; passionate about building and measuring health and well-being above and beyond treating dysfunction and disease. My clinical and research interests include interventions to optimize clinician well-being and gastrointestinal-psych including positive psychology and resilience-based approaches to treating organic GI illness and disorders of gut-brain interaction (DGBI).
Professor of Neurology, NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Associate Chair, Technology and Innovation, Department of Neurology, NYU Langone Health
Dr Niide was born and raised in Hawaii where she completed medical school, a triple board residency (pediatrics, adult psychiatry, and child/adolescent psychiatry) and obtained a PhD in clinical research with a thesis focused on mental health prevention. She has extensive specialty training in evidence-based mindfulness interventions and has been teaching mindfulness to individuals, community groups, and organizations for over a decade. She has a passion for supporting individuals and organizations in transformational change to better promote clinicians thriving in medicine. She has been serving as the Medical Director for Clinician Wellness and Engagement at Centra Health in Virginia since April 2019.
Dr. David Della-Giustina is a Professor of Emergency Medicine and the Education Section Chief in the Department of Emergency Medicine. He is the Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director as well as the Program Director of the Wilderness Medicine Fellowship. He is a retired Colonel from the US Army with over 29 years of service to include combat tours in Afghanistan (2) and Iraq (2) with US Special Operations Command. His areas of expertise involve residency and medical student education, wilderness medicine, tactical and combat casualty care, leadership, point of care ultrasound and emergency orthopedics.
Clinical interests include quality improvement and patient safety curriculum design and implementation, and clinician wellness. Working to improve clinician wellness through improvement methadologies to change systems drivers of clinician burnout.
Dr. Vivien Brown is a family physician in Toronto, Canada, a well-known national and international speaker and author of The New Woman’s Guide to Healthy Aging – Eight Proven Ways to Keep You Vibrant, Happy & Strong.
Dr. Brown is active in numerous organizations helping to shape health policy, through several advisory bodies including as past President of the Federation of Medical Women of Canada, Immunize Canada, and the Women’s Brain Health Initiative, Medical Board of Directors, HealthChoicesFirst, Past Chair of the Consumer Education Committee of the North American Menopause Society, Member, Faculty Advisor, McGill Medical School, Medical Advisory Board Member for The Rounds and VP for North America Medical Women’s International Association. Dr. Brown is an Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine, at the University of Toronto, in the Department of Family and Community Medicine. She received her medical degree at McGill University and has been practicing family medicine in Toronto since 1982