Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience – Conceptual Model

This conceptual model was developed by the National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being.

This conceptual model depicts the factors associated with clinician well-being and resilience; applies these factors across all health care professions, specialties, settings, and career stages; and emphasizes the link between clinician well-being and outcomes for clinicians, patients, and the health system. The model should be used to understand well-being, rather than as a diagnostic or assessment tool. The model will be revised as the field develops and more information becomes available.

The external and individual factors of the conceptual model are hyperlinked to corresponding landing pages on the Knowledge Hub, allowing users to navigate seamlessly between the two resources. By viewing the Conceptual Model on your computer, you will find that each factor is linked to a landing page within the Knowledge Hub. Each landing page provides additional information and resources.

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