The Ellen F. Hughes Lectureship on Clinicial Well-being
The Ellen F. Hughes Lectureship on Clinician Well-Being is intended to acknowledge and learn from a nationally recognized individual who has made significant scientific contributions and practice accomplishments devoted to enhancing the well-being of clinicians -- students, residents, faculty, nurses, and other practitioners whose careers are devoted to providing the best possible health care to patients. The Lectureship and its associated Award are co-sponsored by the UCSF Division of General Internal Medicine (DGIM) and Osher Center for Integrative Medicine (OCIM).
First Annual Ellen Hughes LectureThe first annual Ellen Hughes Lecture on Clinician Well-being was given by Ira Byock, MD, on September 15, 2016. Dr. Byock's talk was titled "Walking Close to the Fire Without Getting Burned (Practicing Work-Life Balance and Self-Care: Late Life Wisdom from a Serial Offender)"
Ellen Hughes Lectureship - Background & Speaker Nominations
Ellen Hughes Lectureship Nomination Form for 2017 Nominations for a speaker for the 2017 Ellen Hughes Lectureship on Clinician Well-being for 2017 are now being accepted. The form linked here lists the qualifications of the lecturer and how to submit a nomination.
Contributions to the Hughes Lectureship FundThose who knew and loved Ellen are encouraged to contribute to the funding and sustaining of this Lectureship in her honor by preparing a check payable to "University of California, San Francisco " with "For Ellen Hughes Lectureship" on the subject line and mailing it to:
UCSF Foundation, Attn. Ellen Hughes Lectureship Fund
P.O. Box 45339
San Francisco, CA 94145-0339