Deb Roman has worked as a family physician in clinical medicine for over 30 years, with a focus on enhancing the body’s inherent ability to heal and express health.
In recent years, Deb has been particularly interested in research on physician burnout. She has organized and offered several workshops and conferences on physician wellness. In June 2016, she developed and served as course director for ‘Rediscovering Meaning In Our Work’, an inspiring 3 day conference retreat at the Sun Valley Resort with practical solutions for physician burnout.
As a Board Certified Family Physician, she offers integrative medicine consultations and osteopathic manipulative medicine to individuals of all ages. In addition, she serves as the Director of Continuing Medical Education for the Idaho Osteopathic Physicians Association, developing and teaching classes and workshops and organizing conferences for physicians and medical school students. As an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Medicine at the Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, she teaches classes on osteopathic principles and practice and mentors medical school students and residents.
Deb teaches classes in the community, offers retreats and writes articles about evolving concepts in health care and physician wellness. Deb is one of the Wellness for Doctors co-teachers and is available for professional coaching. She is committed to providing physicians with resources and opportunities to enhance their health and well being.
For more information about her work, please visit: www.finding-health.com.