Clinician Well-Being and Resilience: Webinar Presentation of Resources and Online Repository

About this Event

On February 2, 2018, the National Academy of Medicine’s Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience will host a webinar from 1:30 – 2:30pm EST to release several resources and provide a first look at an online repository aimed at providing users with resources related to clinician burnout and promising solutions to promote clinician well-being.

Webinar speakers will give an overview of these new resources and will provide updates on the work of the Action Collaborative. The webinar presenters are:

  • Moderator – Charlee Alexander, National Academy of Medicine
  • Research, Data, and Metrics Presenter – Robert Harbaugh, Society of Neurological Surgeons
  • Conceptual Model Presenter – Art Hengerer, Federation of State Medical Boards
  • External Factors and Workflow Presenter – Daisy Smith, American College of Physicians
  • Messaging and Communications Presenter – Neil Busis, American Academy of Neurology

 

Register for the webinar!

If you have any questions, please email clinicianwellbeing@nas.edu


The National Academy of Medicine launched the Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience, a network of more than 50 organizations committed to reversing trends in clinician burnout. The Collaborative has three goals:

  1. Improve baseline understanding of challenges to clinician well-being;
  2. Raise the visibility of clinician stress and burnout; and
  3. Elevate evidence-based, multidisciplinary solutions that will improve patient care by caring for the caregiver.

 

The Action Collaborative is composed of four working groups that will identify evidence-based strategies to improve clinician well-being at both the individual and systems levels. Products and activities of these four working groups include an online knowledge hub, a series of NAM perspectives discussion papers, an all-encompassing conceptual model that reflects the domains affecting clinician well-being, and a common set of definitions. The four working groups are:

  1. Research, Data, and Metrics
  2. Conceptual Model
  3. External Factors and Workflow
  4. Messaging and Communication

Back to Action Collaborative Homepage

 


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