Jina Sinskey, MD is a pediatric anesthesiologist who is passionate about clinician well-being. She is the inaugural Associate Chair of Well-Being for the Department of Anesthesia at UCSF and serves as Vice Chair of the American Society of Anesthesiologists Committee on Physician Well-Being. She served as the quality improvement lead for the Pediatric Anesthesia Division at UCSF from 2017-2021.
Prior to pursuing a career in medicine, she worked as a management consultant specializing in marketing strategy at the Monitor Group (now Monitor Deloitte). Her approach to clinician well-being leverages her experience in management consulting and quality improvement, where she applies concepts of change management, human-centered design, continuous process improvement, and implementation science to create systems approaches to reduce burnout and foster well-being.
Her research interests include clinician well-being, virtual/augmented reality for pediatric patients, conflict management, fetal anesthesia, and medical education.