Keynote Speaking & Workshops to Save Physicians Lives

You are at the pinnacle of your skill and expertise, and
you want relief from the fear that it could evaporate with a single mistake.

You want autonomy and authority in your work, but the business of medicine has turned you into an informational vending machine. That system leads to depression, burnout, and suicide, and it’s not right.

Loss of Autonomy

You are a skilled professional who longs for the ability to exercise your judgement and expertise.

The medical system you work in treats you like a rat in a maze trying to navigate a complex beauracracy that thwarts the very skills they hired you to exercise.

Loss of Humanity

The business of medicine has turned your knowledge and skill from a trusted and respected human being into an informational vending machine.
You are so much more than that!

Growing Dysfunction

The medical system is so fundamentally broken that burnout, depression, and suicide are killing the people most responsible for the health of our families and loved ones. This has to stop.

I can help you and your organization
save the lives of medical professionals.

YOU CANNOT RUN A HOSPITAL WITHOUT PHYSICIANS

And they are on a knife-edge of stress and anxiety trying to navigate a dysfunctional system.
I’m committed to helping physicians reconnect with their humanity to save themselves, our hospitols, and our society.

A Sense of Hope

We know how powerful hope is in our patients. We can tap into that power for ourselves by understanding a simple plan for maintaining our humanity and dignity in a dysfunctional system.

Catalyst for Change

“Silence is the hidden killer in our ranks. Conversations are the catalyst that bring healing withyin your organization. I can help you start those conversations.”

Saving Lives

Keeping just one physician from dying is worth the time to have a conversation. Effective conversattions are the first step to addressing the challenges physicians face in medicial practice today.

A Sense of Hope

We know how powerful hope is in our patients. We can tap into that power for ourselves by understanding a simple plan for maintaining our humanity and dignity in a dysfunctional system.

Catalyst for Change

“Silence is the hidden killer in our ranks. Conversations are the catalyst that bring healing withyin your organization. I can help you start those conversations.”

Saving Lives

Keeping just one physician from dying is worth the time to have a conversation. Effective conversattions are the first step to addressing the challenges physicians face in medicial practice today.

If my presentations can save even one physician’s life, you owe it to yourself and your organization to schedule a conversation.

“As a physician, you work in a pressure cooker where you’re just one mistake, or one wrong remark from losing it all. I want to help you keep your dignity, autonomy, and humanity while you serve in the medical profession.”

  • Assistant Chief of Anesthesia & Operative Services Madigan Army Medical Center
  • Chief of Anesthesiology Kadlec Medical Center
  • Anesthesiologist with over 40 years of experience
  • Lt.Colonel US Army Medical Corps
  • Chatham University Board of Trustees member

"Lynette provided great advice when it comes to public speaking, and to pursuing any new career. She serves as a role model for all physicians as we pursue the careers we love. I’ll definitely keep in touch with Lynette, and update you on her speaking and performing engagements."

"Dr. Charity is a master storyteller who effortlessly captures and keeps the audience’s attention. Her commanding stage presence far surpasses that of many speakers that I’ve seen. She is the Malcolm Gladwell of physician speakers."

"Through her story women were able to connect with her on a personal and professional level. Dr. Charity generated the emotion and the image we were looking for to motivate and inspire every woman and child in attendance of our annual Mother, Daughter and Friend Tea."

Chaune’ Fitzgerald
Founder and President Women of Wisdom (WOW)
Tri-Cities, WA

Three Steps to Health in the Medical Field

Find Your Peeps

You cannot survive in the medical profession on your own. I’ll show you some techniques for connecting with the people you’ll need to survive times of stress.

Establish a Lifeline

Cultivate relationships you can call on before you’re at your lowest point. Every one of us will hit that point at some time. Learn the essential steps you need so that when you’re there, you’ll have someone to turn to that can pull you out of the darkness.

Find your Funny

Humor is an essential outlet for the absolute absurdity of our environment. The way you look at the chaos around you will determine how you respond, and “cheer up” is useless advice.

I’ll give you concrete steps you can take to maintain a healthy perspective amidst the chaos all around you.

As a fellow physician, I know you want trust and respect
for your skills and expertise.

In order to get that, you need the authority and autonomy to exercise your professional judgment. Unfortunately, the medical system is so broken that burnout, depression, and suicide are way too common. The system is destroying the people who are responsible for the health of our family and loved ones. And the problem is so big that we feel helpless to bring about the changes that are required.

I’ve been there. I almost lost decades of training and experience – and even my own life – because I responded as a human being rather than meeting the impossible demand for perfection that physicians are expected to model.

I want to help you keep your dignity, autonomy, and humanity while you serve in the medical profession.
It starts with identifying your people, since you cannot do this alone.
Then we establish your lifeline before you need it.
Finally, we nurture your sense of humor to combat the absurdity all around you.

Schedule a time that we can talk about your organization’s next workshop or conference.

I’m Dr. Lynette Charity, and I’m committed to saving physician’s lives, one presentation at a time.