A Healthy Job Environment: Resilience at the Workplace
The SCCIJ is pleased to invite BLCCJ members to its September Luncheon with Prof. Dr. med. Stefan Büchi, Medical Director, Clinic for Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, Hohenegg (Zurich).
All around the world, the number of days of sick leave taken by employees has increased in the past 10 years. This rise is mainly due to psychological -or so-called psycho-somatic- disturbances, including sleep disorders. For companies, it is of major interest to reduce the rate of sick-leave, and it is therefore relevant to understand resilience, which can be defined as “personal stress resistance”. During his presentation, Prof. Büchi will introduce the data and models to understand resilience, as well as discuss healthy job environments.
|Date & Time:||Friday, October 11, 2019, 12:00-14:00|
|Venue:||ANA InterContinental, Room “Glory” (MAP)|
|Entry Fee:||• 6,500 yen for BLCCJ Members
• 8,000 yen for Non-Members
*No-shows and cancellation after deadline will be charged in full*
|Registration:||Please register here by October 1.
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|Inquiries:||By e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org|
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Over the course of his career, Prof. Stefan Büchi has held key public and private positions in the fields of psychiatry and psychosocial medicine.
A University of Zurich graduate, Prof. Büchi specialized in psychiatry and psychotherapy in Switzerland and in the United Kingdom. At the Imperial College London, he notably studied cognitive illness representation in chronic physical illness under Prof. Tom Sensky.
In 2001, after several years of practice at the University Hospital Zurich, he received venia legendi for a study on chronic illness and quality of life – development, validation and clinic use of PRISM (Pictorial Representation of Illness and Self Measure) at the University of Zurich. This earned him the role of Senior Consultant and Head of C+L psychiatry at the University Hospital Zurich from 2002 to 2008.
More recently, in 2009, Prof. Büchi was appointed Medical Director at the Hohenegg Private Clinic (Zurich). He is teaching at the University of Zurich, and has authored over 70 peer reviewed publications (h-index=21) to this day.