Creating a sustainable medical career: a how-to workshop

Saturday 17 September 2022   10:00 to 12:00


Timothy Hoff, Professor of Management and Health Policy at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts; Associate Fellow, Green Templeton College and Associate Scholar, Saїd Business School, University of Oxford


EP Abraham Lecture Theatre, Green Templeton College

About the event

Have you ever wondered how to have a medical career that leaves you happy and healthy, particularly in health care systems that are uncertain, ever changing, and highly pressured? If so, please join us for a two-hour workshop that will focus on how to build a sustainable career path in medicine. Led by Professor Timothy Hoff, this workshop will review what career sustainability really means and how it can be achieved for doctors generally and yourself on a personal level. Through self-reflective dialogue and hands-on exercises that identify your personal motivational potential, resilience capabilities, and specific career preferences, workshop participants will gain an informed understanding of how they can better assess and make the right career choices for themselves moving forward.

Timothy Hoff portrait in white shirt and blue tie with dark jacket and out of focus green backgroundAbout the speaker

Timothy Hoff is a Professor of Management and Health Policy at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Associate Fellow Green Templeton College and Associate Scholar Saїd Business School. His 2022 book is Searching for the Family Doctor: Primary Care on the Brink (Johns Hopkins Press).

More information

Please note that this workshop is aimed at doctors and doctors in training exclusively.

Lunch will be provided after the workshop.


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Type: Alumni, Lectures and Seminars