Resource topic: Organizational Strategies
A Call to Action: Improving Clinician Well-Being and Patient Care and Safety

The Health Policy Institute of Ohio collaborated with The Ohio State University College of Nursing Helene Fuld Health Trust National Institute for Evidence-based...

Briefs and Summaries
Association of Medical Scribes in Primary Care With Physician Workflow and Patient Experience

This study published in JAMA Internal Medicine investigates whether the use of medical scribes decreases electronic health record documentation burden and improves...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
The Future of Electronic Health Records

The following is a white paper discussing the future of electronic health records. What was originally created in efforts to make the transferring of health data...

Report
Exploring Moral Resilience Toward A Culture of Ethical Practice

This report published by the American Nurses Association discusses a call to action for improving moral resilience in order to address ethical challenges that...

Report
Creating a “Manageable Cockpit” for Clinicians: A Shared Responsibility

This article published in JAMA Internal Medicine discusses the need for a mechanism to manage stresses and liabilities during the current momentum for more data and...

Article
Building a Program on Well-Being: Key Design Considerations to Meet the Unique Needs of Each Organization

This journal article published by Academic Medicine discusses the need for health care institutions to pursue provider well-being as a core organizational strategy....

Article
How Gratitude Can Reduce Burnout in Health Care

This article published in Greater Good Magazine discusses healthcare systems turning to gratitude as remedy to increasing rates of burnout amongst physicians....

Article
The Embedded Counseling Model: An Application for Dental Students

The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of a counseling office on dental students at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry & Dental Clinics...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Tackling Stress Management, Addiction, and Suicide Prevention in a Predoctoral Dental Curriculum

This article, published in Predoctoral Dental Education describes a module designed by the University Of British Columbia Faculty Of Dentistry to address stress...

Article
Clinical Burnout and the Quality of Care

This commentary by Mark Linzer discusses the next steps forward within the research field of physician burnout. Suggestions for potential improvement in literature...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication