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  • Title: PeakMD
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Programs.. Key Audiences.. Dr.. Gautam.. Books.. Articles.. Columns.. Podcasts.. Clients.. In the Media.. Awards.. Contact.. CMA bestows Dr.. Gautam with inaugural Misericordia Award.. for enhancing the overall health and well-being of physician colleagues at both the personal and professional levels, in particular during times of conflict and crisis.. Read.. Specializing in Cultivating Leadership Resiliency.. Leadership resiliency is the ability to bounce back from adversity and being a.. stronger, wiser.. and.. more capable.. individual.. Through.. coaching and mentoring leaders and teams.. , we promote workplace satisfaction and retention, and ensure.. engaged and successful individuals within healthy work environments.. Feature Article.. 10 Tips to Deal With Stress.. The number one cause of stress, regardless of the cause, is a sense of lack of control.. We perceive that in this situation, we have no choice, and feel trapped.. If this is the number one cause of stress, then the number one skill in dealing with stress is to challenge this perception, and to regain a sense of control.. Our share of the role in the stressful situation is usually very small, perhaps 2% of the entire situation.. We think logically, and so focus on the bulk of the problem, the 98% that is not about us.. Yet, control is an illusion; we have no control of anything outside of ourselves.. Thus, we appropriately perceive that we have no control.. We need to remember that our 2% is the part that we have 100% control over, and identify and focus on this.. This includes our thoughts, hopes, wishes, needs, expecta tions of our self and of others, weaknesses, strengths, reactions, skills, expertise, education the responsibility of this part becomes our strength!.. Keeping stress  ...   wait for a crisis to force it.. Look for unplanned breaks in your day, and enjoy them as gifts of time, instead of getting irritated and frustrated.. Use support systems.. Surround yourself with people who are good for you - a good friend, a mentor, a loving pet.. Share your stories.. Reach out to people, and get support when you need it.. While it seems that everyone else is coping well, you are not alone in our difficulties.. Laugh more often and be positive.. Humour has therapeutic benefits.. Children laugh over 500 times a day; however, by adulthood, we are down to 5-15 laughs daily.. Look for humour in your day, laugh, and enjoy.. Add fun to work.. Relax.. Try out different relaxation techniques or meditation.. Practice daily, for 15-20 minutes.. Learn to waste time.. Put aside time when you do not have to be responsible for anyone or anything.. Take a break, do nothing you have to do.. Create a financial plan.. Money is the second key factor that prevents us from making a positive change to reduce stress.. Plan your finances, so this is not a barrier.. Let go of your guilt.. Guilt is the main reason why professionals do not do the things that are good for them.. We feel highly responsible, work compulsively, and feel guilt if we do not meet these presumed responsibilities all the time.. Usually, what we are considering doing is reasonable, legal, moral, ethical, possible, healthy and is the very thing that we should do!.. Our profession is ripe with rich and rewarding possibilities.. It is worth investing the time and thought necessary to minimize the inherent stress and to maximize this potential..

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  • Title: PeakMD
    Descriptive info: PEAK MD programs are the gateway to achieving new levels of leadership and team effectiveness.. PEAK MD programs can be a starting point for a personalized plan, or a complete solution to help you achieve new levels of leadership and/or team effectiveness.. PEAK MD addresses leadership resiliency through a customized, multi-pronged approach:.. Leadership resiliency is the ability to bounce back from adversity and become a stronger, wiser and more capable individual.. Through coaching and mentoring leaders and teams, we promote workplace retention and satisfaction, and ensure engaged and successful individuals within healthy work environments.. With PEAK MD you can be confident that you will:.. Benefit from partnering with a personal leadership advisor with.. over.. 20 years of experience.. working exclusively with professionals.. Grow.. in a nurturing and supportive environment so that you can.. excel quickly..  ...   to harness your professional skills, personal strengths and energies to help you and your team grow.. PEAK MD stands for.. P.. roactive.. E.. ducation.. A.. nd.. K.. nowledge.. As an executive coach, author, international speaker, I work with people who want to develop their.. Peak Potential.. as a leader, and in life.. For 20 years, I practiced as a psychiatrist with a practice devoted exclusively to working with physicians.. I started to get calls from physician leaders who had known my patients and watched them transform, asking if they could work with me now instead of having to wait until they became overwhelmed to see me.. As a psychiatrist, I used to help colleagues in trouble regain health.. As a coach, I can help you be.. proactive in building resilience and achieving excellence as a leader..

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  • Title: PeakMD: Articles
    Descriptive info: Medical Professionals.. Having spent twenty years treating colleagues in her clinical practice and teaching physician executives, Dr.. Gautam keenly understands physicians.. She can help you maximize your leadership potential build resiliency, so you can cope with whatever is ahead and become even stronger.. Lawyers.. Gautam brings her expertise in treating physicians to all highly functioning professionals.. In 2006, she began working with the Tristan Jepson Memorial Foundation in Australia, to highlight the need to recognize and assist lawyers and judges who struggle with stress, burnout, and depression.. Executives.. She is on the faculty of several medical executive  ...   you maximize your leadership potential and build resiliency, so you can cope with whatever is ahead and become even stronger.. Woman Leaders.. Gautam has twenty years of experience and expertise with women professionals, not to mention her own personal experience! She understands that women leaders have unique challenges, unique leadership styles, and unique paths to success.. She has been an executive member of the Federation of Medical Women, Medical Women International Association, Women Executive Network, and the Women Business Network.. Her work has been recognized by awards from the Women Executive Network, and the Women Business Network..

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  • Title: PeakMD — Dr. Gautam
    Descriptive info: Mamta Gautam.. , MD, FRCPC, CPDC.. President and CEO, PEAK MD.. Executive Coach Consultant Author Speaker Leader.. Gautam is a pioneer, specialist and champion of professional and executive health and well-being.. For 20 years, she treated professionals in her private psychiatric practice, and brings this knowledge and expertise to PEAK MD.. These professionals, and in particular, physician leaders who had known her patients and watched them transform, continually asked her if they had to wait until they became overwhelmed to see her.. This prompted her to develop programs to help  ...   help professionals benefit from support and coaching, to become proactive in building resilience and achieving excellence as a leader.. Hailed as the Doctor s Doctor , she was the founding director of the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine Wellness Program.. This program served as a model for the Canadian Medical Association s Centre for Physician Health and Wellbeing, where she consults as an expert advisor.. Gautam has been honoured with multiple awards in recognition for her innovative work in the field of psychiatry and for her leadership and initiative..

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  • Title: PeakMD — Books
    Descriptive info: The Tarzan Rule.. NEW.. Iron Doc.. UPDATED Second Edition.. The Handbook of Physician Health.. :.. Chapter 6: Depression and Anxiety.. Faculty Health in Academic Medicine.. Chapter 4: Measuring and Maintaining Faculty Health.. CanMEDS Physician Health Guide.. Lead Editor, Section 4: Tools for Self Care.. Tips for a Healthy Life in Medicine.. Gautam's brand new book.. An essential read for busy medical professionals.. Thrive in your medical practice!.. A medical career can be a.. tough road to travel.. The very trails that make for a great.. physician can also make it a challenge to balance personal.. contentment with professional satisfaction.. Iron Doc Second Edition.. Practical Stress Management Tools.. for Physicians.. (Updated in 2011).. Physicians have a dream of being the perfect doctor,.. saving lives, curing illness, stomping out disease.. This dream.. encompasses their private life too, as they strive to be the.. perfect  ...   to recognize burnout and know when it's happening to you.. How to achieve a balanced personal and professional life.. How to stay in medicine and enjoy it.. Jean Gray, MD writes in the Federation of Medical Women of Canada Newsletter: Dr.. Gautam writes a delightful, lucid, jargon-free handbook on the various stressors in the lives of physicians.. Read the entire review.. The Handbook of Physician.. Health: The Essential Guide to Understanding the Health Care Needs of Physicians.. Depression and Anxiety.. Chapter 6, pp 80-94.. American Medical Association.. Faculty Health in Academic Medicine: Physicians, Scientists, and the Pleasures of Success.. Measuring and Maintaining.. Faculty Health.. Chapter 4, pp 39-54 in.. Humana Press, 2009.. CanMEDS Physician Health Guide: A Practical Handbook for Physician Health and Wellbeing.. Tools for Self Care.. Lead Editor.. Section 4, pp 28-41.. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, 2009..

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  • Title: PeakMD — Articles
    Descriptive info: Papers and Articles Authored by Dr.. Three Step Approach to conflict resolution.. A version of this article originally appeared in the.. DocToc: The Newsletter for Academy of Medicine Ottawa Members.. Issue 2, Spring 2010.. Conference a success on many levels.. Doctors' Health Matters |.. Finding the Balance: A report from the.. 2008 International Conference on Physician Health.. ;.. BMA House, London, UK; 17-19 November 2008.. Marriage to a doctor: Keep your priorities in check.. Parkhurst Exchange.. ; Volume 16, No 6, June 2008.. Strategies for dealing with stress.. DocToc: The Newsletter for Acedemy of Medicine Ottawa Members.. Issue 1, Winter 2007.. Would Your Friends Pass the Friendship Test?.. Bottom Line Health.. ; Volume 21, Number 2; February 2007.. The depressing truth for lawyers.. Australian Law Management Journal;.. Law Council of Australia;.. Autumn Issue  ...   March 2006.. www.. AustralianDoctor.. com.. au.. Path to Renewal: Prescription for Living a Life of Balance.. The College of Physicians Surgeons of Ontario.. Publication, July/August 2003.. Mentorship Talk, Tips, and Tools.. Dialogue.. , the newsletter of the Ontario Psychiatric Association.. November 2002.. Grad Keynote.. Guest Speaker, 2002 Ceremony of Professional Engagement for.. Medical Graduates, Class of 2002, University of Ottawa, Ottawa.. Helping Physicians Cope with their own Chronic Illnesses.. Western Journal of Medicine.. , 2001;175:336-338.. Women in Medicine: Stresses and Solutions.. , 2000; 174:37-41.. American Medical Association, 2000.. Policy Forum Before Burnout: How Physicians Can Defuse Stress.. American Medical Association.. The College of Physicians Surgeons of Ontario.. Path to renewal Prescription for living a life of balance.. Gautam's Five Early Warning Signs of Serious Stress.. CMA Canadian Medical Association publication,.. The Impaired Physician..

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  • Title: PeakMD — Articles
    Descriptive info: Helping Hand.. in.. The Medical Post.. Coach s Corner.. in the CSPE Newsletter.. Career Development: Logical Next Steps and Dealing with Change.. Article 4, 2011.. Career Development: Deciding and Moving Forward.. Article 3, 2011.. Career Development: Assessment and Exploration.. Article 2, 2011.. Successfully Managing Your Career in Medicine.. Article 1, 2011.. Resilient physicians deserve resilient medical systems.. November, 2010.. A Resilient Physician Cares for Self.. October, 2010.. A Resilient Doctor is a Calm Doctor.. September, 2010.. A Resilient Doctor is a Committed Doctor.. July, 2010.. Resilient Doctors are Connected Doctors.. May, 2010.. Resilient doctors are Confident doctors.. March, 2010.. How resilient are you?.. January 2010.. Take a lesson from kids in assertive communication.. *.. May 5, 2009.. Women MDs are changing medicine's culture.. July 21, 2009.. A quick guide to become organized.. March 10, 2009.. How to start 2009 'right'.. January 13, 2009.. Conferences provide time for learning, connecting, recharging.. November 4, 2008.. Stress Management for the Fall.. September 9, 2008.. Let go of the old to embrace the new.. *.. July 8, 2008.. Compassion in the workplace improves morale, productivity.. May 6, 2008.. Women still face inequality in the medical workplace*.. March 25, 2008.. Stung by the stigma of divorce.. January 22, 2008.. Don't  ...   September 26, 2006.. Keeping the friendship fires burning.. August 22, 2006.. Being single poses unique challenges for doctors.. May 23, 2006.. Simple steps can help beat clinic morale.. November 22, 2005.. Turbulent teen years require understanding.. October 25, 2005.. Denying illness robs you of help.. October 4, 2005.. Preparation eases stress of big changes.. June 28, 2005.. Toot (don't blow) your own horn.. May 31, 2005.. Dealing with the demon anger.. April 26, 2005.. Four simple steps can help resolve unspoken conflicts.. March 22, 2005.. Assert yourself to enhance success.. February 22, 2005.. *A version of this article originally appeared in the Helping Hands column in the Medical Post.. Coach's Corner.. ,.. CSPE Newsletter.. **.. Canadian Society of Physician Executives.. Leading Other Leaders: The Challenge of the Physician Executive.. Understanding and managing resistance to change.. Senior Leaders: The Challenges and Triumphs.. Leadership Lessons.. The Emotional Bank Account.. a powerful tool in influencing and engaging others.. Do I need an MBA?.. Successful Career Development for Physicians.. Negotiations.. Promoting Ourselves.. Senior Leaders: The Challenges and Triumphs.. Achieving Optimal Physician Engagement.. Dealing with Conflicts Effectively.. **A version of this article originally appeared in the Coach s Corner column in the newsletter of the Canadian Society of Physician Executives..

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  • Title: PeakMD
    Descriptive info: Healthy Practices.. A Podcast Series on Physician Health Wellness.. Hosted by internationally respected psychiatrist,.. the.. Doctor s doctor.. Health Practices features honest, practical insights from several experts offering information and advice on how to lead a healthier life.. In the telling of their stories, you may hear your own.. Learn from their experiences and, as you listen, become more resilient and better able to thrive in the ever-changing world of medicine.. Go to.. cma.. ca/podcasts.. to listen to podcasts listed below.. Series 1: Mental health in Canada.. This podcast series sets the stage and explores mental health from a national viewpoint.. Mamta Gautam speaks to key informed national leaders outside of medicine and gets their perspective on physician health.. (August 2008).. Mr.. André Picard.. speaks about.. A look at mental health in Canada.. Senator Michael Kirby.. Uprooting mental health stigma in medicine.. Series 2: What makes a healthy physician?.. Mamta Gautam talks to six physicians from six countries about physician wellness seen through an international lens.. This series was recorded in London, UK, during the November 2008 International Conference on Doctors Health.. Tune in to hear rich discussions about how doctors can stay healthy, happy  ...   Health, this six-podcast series offers insights from physicians at various career stages into how to build resilient medical communities and enjoy a fulfilling medical career.. (October 2009).. Richard Gunderman.. Wellsprings of Resilience.. Sonja Boone.. Defining Resiliency Bouncing Back.. Michael Kaufmann.. The powerful message of resilience.. Susan Edwards.. Enhancing the resiliency of our future physicians.. Jessica Hemmings-Guimond.. speaks about Residents Resiliency.. Staying the Course.. Ali Okhowat.. speaks about The resilient medical student.. Series 4: Physicians as patients.. Mamta Gautam speaks with physicians about their experiences dealing with difficult personal and professional challenges.. (April 2009).. Meredith Marks.. Coping with a serious medical illness.. Graeme Cunningham.. The dignity of recovery supporting physicians with addictions.. Series 5: Workplace Issues.. This series addresses issues with respect to medical workplace health and wellness.. As Dr.. Mamta Gautam states, one can place a healthy, highly-functioning person in an unhealthy workplace, and they can soon become unhealthy.. Support vs.. Punishment: the regulatory college and the ill physician.. Special Feature.. As a proud supporter of the Women s Executive Network (WXN) CMA presents.. Mamta Gautam s WXN presentation.. Based on years of experience with physician patients, Dr.. Gautam shares her insights with humour and compassion..

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  • Title: PeakMD
    Descriptive info: Dr Gautam is proud to have worked with the following clients:.. Universities and Medical Schools.. University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada.. University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.. McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.. University of Western Ontario, London, Canada.. Queens University, Kingston, Canada.. McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada.. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.. University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, QC, Canada.. University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.. Harvard School of Medicine, Boston, US.. Aga Khan School of Medicine, Nairobi, Kenya.. Hospitals.. The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, Canada.. Markham Stouffville Hospital, Ontario.. North York Hospital, Ontario, Canada.. York Central Hospital, Ontario, Canada.. St.. Joseph s Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario.. Sudbury General Hospital, Sudbury, Canada.. Alberta Children s Hospital, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical center, Boston, US.. Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield, WI, US.. Akron Children s Hospital, Akron, Ohio, US.. Mount Carmel Hospital, OH, US.. SW Washington Medical Center, Portland, OR, US.. Northwest Kaiser Permanente, Portland, OR, US.. Salem Hospital, Salem, OR, US.. Valley Medical Center, Renton, WA.. Olympic Medical Center, Port Angeles, WA, US.. Providence General Hospital, Everett, WA, US.. Joseph s Hospital, Bellingham, WA, US.. Port Angeles Medical Center, Port Angeles, WA, US.. Aga Khan Foundation Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya.. Medical Organizations.. World Medical Association.. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Scotland.. Canadian Medical Association.. Canadian Medical Protective Association.. Canadian Psychiatric Association.. Canadian College of Family Physicians.. Canadian Public Health Association.. British Medical Association.. American Osteopathic Association.. American Psychiatric Association.. American Dermatological Association.. American Society of Addiction Medicine.. Oregon Medical Association.. Washington State Medical Association.. Wenatchee Medical Association, WA.. Ontario Medical Association.. Academy of Medicine Ottawa.. Ontario Psychiatric Association.. Ontario College of Family Physicians.. Manitoba College of Family Physicians.. Ontario Long Term Care Physicians.. British Columbia Medical Association.. Northwest Territories Medical Association.. Nova Scotia  ...   School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada.. YPO Young Presidents Organization, Ottawa, Canada.. Women in Leadership.. Federation of Medical Women of Canada.. AMA Women Physician Leaders Summit.. Women s Business Network.. Women s Executive Network.. CMA Medical Leadership Conferences.. Ontario Medical Association Women s Issues Seminar.. Women in Anaesthesia, University of Ottawa, Canada.. Women in Cancer (WinC), Toronto, Canada.. Women in Hematology, University of Toronto, Canada.. Outstanding presentation.. , amazing speaker, very relevant.. I felt she understood me.. She is very experienced, has obvious expertise, and is inspiring.. She is a true gift; thank you.. SeaCourses attendee, October 2010.. I cannot thank you enough.. for being the keynote speaker on the Medical Women International Association (MWIA) North American Regional meeting cruise.. You were fantastic, and the great comments were endless.. SR, Medical.. Women International Association, 2009.. Thank you for your wonderful presentation.. to the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residents.. I ve provided some specific comments from them:.. excellent speaker; provides practical advice that we can all use ; very engaging speaker, and very relevant discussion and hints.. SD, University of Ottawa, 2009.. Thank you for your inspiring closing keynote speech.. at the International Conference for Doctors Health, I knew it had been a good choice to ask you to speak, having heard you before, and you certainly did not disappoint.. I felt that everybody was motivated and invigorated by hearing you.. MP, British Medical Association, 2008.. Many, many thanks.. for joining us today.. You are a star and I thoroughly enjoyed your presentation! (As did the entire group.. ).. CG, Astra Zeneca, 2008.. I would like to thank you for the very significant contribution.. that you made to help make this year s workshop a success.. Your enthusiastic commitment to the workshop is greatly valued and appreciated.. JS, The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada,..

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  • Title: PeakMD — In the Media
    Descriptive info: Papers and Articles About Dr.. Ottawa Citizen article.. University of Ottawa Press Release.. Telfer School of Management Announcement.. Women in Ottawa Blog.. Helping Doctors Cope: Medical errors, need to seek support, CMA says.. The Montreal Gazette, March 09, 2010.. Burnout Nation.. The Medical Post, January 12, 2010.. Don t blame women MD s for physician shortages.. The Medical Post, July 21, 2009.. Diagnosing the Doctor.. STRATEGY | Finanacial Solutions for Physicians, A Canadian Medical Association Publication; Winter 2008.. Zorg eerst voor jezelf.. Artsennet Banen, Norway, December 19, 2008.. 10 inexpensive ways to spruce up your waiting room.. The Medical Post, November 4, 2008.. CMA launches physician health podcast series.. The Medical Post, September 9, 2008.. The Working Wounded.. BRAIN in the News, July 2008.. Travel Sketches.. Canadian Psychiatry Aujourd'hui, June 2008.. Villa Sana - et unikt og virksomt tilbud.. Badeliv, magasin fra: Modum Bad, Norway, Nr.. 4/2008.. Physician Health and Well-being.. 07 Annual Report, The Canadian Medical Foundation.. Black Dog isn't really invincible.. The Australian, May 2, 2007.. Conspiracy of Silence.. BP Magazine, Winter 2007.. Profession Depression.. Lawyers Weekly, September 29, 2006.. Lawyers Hide Depression.. Australian Financial Review, September 15, 2006.. Beating the black dog of law.. Lawyers Weekly, September 15, 2006.. Some call it the 'curse of the gifted'.. University of Technology Sidney, UTS:Law, September 8, 2006..  ...   October 12, 2004.. Health Promotion Efforts Booming.. Medical Post, September 21, 2004.. Canada's Attention To MD Health Gets Noticed.. Medical Post, January 13, 2004.. Under Pressure MDs Work Harder, Buckle More.. Medical Post, November 25, 2003.. Doctors Given Own Medicine.. Beacon Journal, Akron Ohio, November 16, 2003.. Resident's Review.. Ontario Psychiatric Association Dialogue, March 2003.. Battling Burnout.. Medical Post, November 20, 2001.. Being a Doctor in Ottawa Today Means Having to Deal with an Entirely Different Set of Often-Stressful Circumstances Susan Sherring Page Six.. The Ottawa Sun, October 16, 2002.. Medical Couples: Making It Work in Challenging Times.. Medical Issues Brief, Oregon Medical Association, April 10, 2001.. Back to School For Health.. University of Ottawa, 2000.. Watch Out For Early Signs of Stress.. Medical Post, May 2, 2000.. Women Physicians Need the Courage To Lead.. Medical Post, January 12, 1999.. MDs Who Need Psychiatric Help Afraid to Seek It, Conference Told.. Canadian Medical Association, June 16, 1998.. Congratulations Dr.. Mamta!.. Members would like to congratulate Dr.. Gautam for her inspiring articles in the Medical Post and the MD Financial magazine.. Gautam has also been contracted as an Expert Advisor by the CMA for the Centre for Physician Health and Well-Being.. Wonderful news for all physicians!".. Newsletter | Federation of Medical Women of Canada, Spring 2008, Vol 21.. No 2..

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  • Title: PeakMD — Awards
    Descriptive info: Awards Nominations.. Women s Business Network.. Businesswoman of the Year Award Finalist 2009.. Women s Business Network Businesswoman of the Year Awards recognize the accomplishments of outstanding women who live, work and play an active role in a business in the National Capital Region.. Canada s Most Powerful Women:.. Top 100 Awards nomination 2009.. The Top 100.. awards, created by.. WXN.. , honours powerful female leaders in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.. This is a great opportunity for Canadian organizations and individuals to shine a national spotlight on female leaders.. Indo-Canadian Ottawa Business Chamber.. Annual Award of Excellence Nomination 2009.. ICOBC identifies and honors five outstanding Indo Canadians in the National Capital Region of Canada each year.. CPA Canadian Psychiatric Association,.. Designation of Fellow (FCPA) 2007.. The Canadian Psychiatric Association is the national voluntary professional association for Canada's 4,000 psychiatrists.. The CPA's mission is to forge a strong collective voice for Canadian Psychiatrists and to promote an environment that fosters excellence in the provision of clinical care, education and research.. Gautam has been awarded the designation of Fellow in May of 2007.. This distinction rewards outstanding psychiatrists who have made exemplary contributions to their specialty.. APA American Psychiatric Association,.. Ontario Section Honorary Fellowship 2006.. The American Psychiatric Association is a medical specialty society recognized world-wide.. Its over 35,000 U.. S.. and international member physicians work together to ensure humane care and effective treatment for all persons with mental disorder, including mental retardation and substance-related disorders.. Distinguished Fellows are chosen from among those members who have been General Members or Fellows for at least eight years and who have made a significant contribution to their profession.. In 2006, Dr.. Gautam was awarded an Honorary Fellowship.. Nominated for Canadian Workplace Wellness Pioneer Award.. 2005 and 2006.. Since 1997, the Canadian  ...   Women of Distinction Award for Healthy Living 2005.. The YMCA-YWCA recognizes women who have improved the well-being of our community by fostering better living standards, providing leadership to sport and physical activity or by promoting healthier lifestyles.. The scale and scope of the projects may vary, but in the same way that the YMCA-YWCA has, nominees demonstrate that taking care of the body, mind and spirit benefits our community.. Congratulations on your nomination.. Your dedication to the Faculty Wellness Program at the Faculty of Medicine-University of Ottawa, and your strong committment to issues related to physician health and well-being have made you a highly respected advocate for physicians across the country.. Your relentless efforts in addressing the problems of stress and heavy workloads experienced by physicians today have greatly benefited the profession.. I would like to congratulate you for your outstanding work and wish you continued success in delivering your message.. Alexandra Tcheremenska, Director, Office for Leadership in Medicine.. CPSO College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.. Council Award 2004.. The CPSO Council Award is presented at each Council to honour outstanding Ontario physicians who have demonstrated excellence and come closest to meeting society's vision of an ideal physician.. Mamta Gautam has been recognized with a Council Award for her pioneering work in the field of physician health.. I want to take this opportunity to offer my sincere congratulations to you upon receiving a Council Award.. This award is a well-deserved acknowledgement of your pioneering work in the field of physician health and efforts to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.. Again, please accept my sincere congratulations and personal warmest wishes that this will encourage physicians in distress to reach out for help that they need.. Elizabeth Witmer, M.. P.. , Kitchener-Waterloo.. Mamta Gautam receives.. 2004 CPSO Council Award..

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