On October 23, 2019, the new National Academy of Medicine report, Taking Action Against Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being, was released. The event included an overview of the report and discussion of the report’s findings, recommendations, and key messages.
The report examines the scientific evidence regarding the causes of clinician burnout as well as the consequences for both clinicians and patients, and interventions to support clinician well-being and resilience.
Authoring committee members participating in the event included:
- Pascale Carayon, PhD, Co-Chair, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Christine Cassel, MD, Co-Chair, University of California, San Francisco
- M. Lynn Crismon, PharmD, FCPP, BCPP, University of Texas at Austin
- Liselotte Dyrbye, MD, MHPE, Mayo Clinic
- Sharon Pappas, RN, PhD, NEA-BC, FAAN, Emory Healthcare
- Vindell Washington, MD, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana
For more information, visit www.nam.edu/ClinicianWellBeingStudy.
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