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Please join the NAM’s Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience for a public event, in person or virtually, on June 24, 2022, 11AM-12PM EDT.

 

 

Building on six years of community building among a network of 200+ organizations and a recent public input opportunity, the Clinician Well-Being Collaborative National Plan for Health Workforce Well-Being is intended to drive collective action to improve health workforce well-being and ultimately restore the health of the nation. Together, leaders in health care and public health, government, payers, health IT, education, professional societies, and importantly, health workers, can cultivate a health system to better support our care providers and patient care.

The public event will take place at the National Academy of Sciences Building in Washington, D.C. This event will also be webcasted for those who wish to attend virtually.

If you are interested in attending in person, please register no later than June 19, midnight EDT. Registration is free. Additional COVID-19 information is available here.

MEETING OBJECTIVES:

  • Present progress and the role of a National Plan in building a national movement for health workforce well-being.
  • Spotlight leaders committed to sparking change and continuing the journey of building a national movement for health workforce well-being.
  • Issue a call to action for all actor groups to unify towards advancing health workforce well-being and building a national movement.

AGENDA OVERVIEW:

  • Opening Remarks by Victor Dzau, NAM
  • Keynotes by J. Corey Feist, Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes’ Foundation, and Vivek H. Murthy, 21st Surgeon General
  • Highlights from the National Plan for Health Workforce Well-Being
  • Sparking a National Movement for Health Workforce Well-Being
  • Closing Remarks

 

Learn more about the National Plan at nam.edu/NationalPlan.

Learn more about the Clinician Well-Being Collaborative at nam.edu/CW. Stay tuned into the NAM’s clinician well-being work – join our listserv today.

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