Entries by Pennie Sempell

UBERDOC and StressPal Partner to Provide Resilience Training to Physicians, Nurses and Medical Practice Workers

Professional development and peer-support platform addresses staff distress, attrition, liability, and financial strain BOSTON and SAN RAFAEL, Calif. – October 4, 2021 – UBERDOC and StressPal today announced a strategic partnership to bring StressPal Frontline: Essential Resilience Self-Care and Burnout Prevention, a continuing medical education program and robust peer-support platform, to UBERDOC’s physician members at […]

StressPal Frontline Now Eligible As a Continuing Education (CE) Activity

Program helps clinician participants build personal resilience and fulfillment; available with CME, CNE, APA and IPCE credits SAN RAFAEL, Calif. – April 20, 2021 – StressPal, a leader in evidence-based resilience training for clinicians, today announced that StressPal Frontline: Essential Resilience Self-Care and Burnout Prevention is a CE Activity, jointly provided by Postgraduate Institute for […]

How Can I Boost My Resilience?

Pennie Sempell has spent much of her adult life answering this question: How do I boost my resilience? In this interview with John Jurica, host of the Physician NonClinical Careers podcast, she explains what she and her colleagues have developed to address that very challenge. Tune in now.

The Incrementalist: Pennie Sempell, CEO of StressPal

Host Dr. Nick van Terheyden aka Dr. Nick talks to the CEO of StressPal, Pennie Sempell. She has a tremendous background in using technology to address the mental health needs of healthcare providers to improve performance and reduce burnout. Their discussion focuses on resilience training for clinical and administrative staffs at hospitals and health systems. […]

Healthcare and Medical Communities in 2021

Our final group of thought leaders bring us insights on 2021 as we will continue to struggle to control and eradicate COVID-19. The continued strain on healthcare communities, medical professionals, healthcare staffing, and resource allocation that the pandemic has brought about may not go away for most of next year. To read the full article, […]

Wellbeing of Physicians in the Age of COVID-19

The Physicians Foundation’s 2020 Survey of America’s Physicians: COVID-19’s Impact on Physician Wellbeing finds that nearly 1 in 4 physicians (22%) know a physician who committed suicide and the majority (58%) express feelings of burnout. The full report is available to download. The Physicians Foundation 2020 Physician Survey: Part 2