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May 11, 2018 | Formats: Article | Content Areas: Resilience and Well-Being | Tags: Burnout Overview, Drivers of Burnout
A review of burnout and how electronic medical records and demanding regulations are contributing to a historic doctor shortage.
May 02, 2018 | Formats: Webinar | Content Areas: Resilience and Well-Being | Tags: Resilience - Immediate practice interventions, Resilience - Individual interventions, Resilience - System level interventions, Resilience and Well-being, Resilience Case Examples and Tools
This public meeting provided an opportunity for the public to actively engage with the Action Collaborative and featured expert panels on issues related to clinician burnout, resilience, and solutions to promote well-being. This meeting will focus on diversity, inclusion, and loneliness, and will include a session on workflow redesign to improve clinician well-being and enhance joy in practice. Recordings and slides available.
May 02, 2018 | Formats: Article | Content Areas: Resilience and Well-Being | Tags: Resilience and Well-being, Resilience Case Examples and Tools
Since it was launched in 2013 at Novant Health, a unique physician resiliency program has had a positive impact on physician engagement and alignment, helping them to better understand their thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and fundamental commitments to medicine. To date, more than 800 physicians — or approximately half of our employed doctors — have participated in the voluntary resiliency program. In addition to a wealth of anecdotal feedback from participants, data reveal an increase in physician engagement of more than 40 centiles to the 97th percentile, according to Press Ganey. Similar improvements are occurring in nearly every aspect of an internal organization-wide engagement assessment about the physician experience.
April 12, 2018 | Formats: Article | Content Areas: Resilience and Well-Being | Tags: Drivers of Burnout
Analysis of the NEJM Catalyst Insights Council Survey on Leadership: Immunization Against Burnout. 83% of respondents — who are clinicians, clinical leaders, and health care executives — call clinician burnout a “serious” or “moderate” problem in their organizations. This most recent survey also finds burnout a major concern for registered nurses (78% say it is a serious or moderate problem), advanced practice nurses (64%), clinical leaders (56%), and health care executives (42%). Download the full report to see the complete set of charts and commentary, data segmentation, the respondent profile, and survey methodology.
April 03, 2018 | Formats: Article, Online Course, Podcast, Toolkit, Webinar | Content Areas: Resilience and Well-Being | Tags: Burnout Overview, Burnout ROI, Drivers of Burnout, Measuring Burnout, Resilience - Immediate practice interventions, Resilience - Individual interventions, Resilience - System level interventions, Resilience and Well-being, Resilience Case Examples and Tools, Studies of Burnout by Specialties
The National Academy of Medicine is proud to announce the launch of the Clinician Well-Being Knowledge Hub, a comprehensive resource repository that provides clinicians and health system leaders with valuable resources to combat clinician burnout in their organizations and personal lives.
The Clinician Well-Being Knowledge Hub provides a comprehensive overview of the causes of clinician burnout; its consequences for health care professionals, patients, and their families; and innovative approaches that organizations can take to promote clinician well-being. This easy-to-navigate resource center includes peer-reviewed research, news articles, blog posts, toolkits, reports, and briefs on clinician burnout and well-being. The knowledge hub provides a central source for health system leaders, clinicians, and trainees, to not only better understand what’s causing burnout, but to adopt solutions that promise a brighter, healthier future.