Dr. Nancy Reid
Objective: Clinician burnout is a public health crisis that demands immediate attention and intervention. This article reviews the organizational strategies of two established well-being programs shown to reduce clinician burnout and increase professional engagement.
Method: A search of PubMed, Cochrane Review, and Google Scholar databases revealed two articles outlining Mayo Clinic and Stanford Medicine’s clinician well-being programs. Fifteen documents supplied background information and supporting evidence.
Results: Little research has been done on active evidence-based well-being programs or cost analyses for the start and support of a viable well-being program.
Conclusion: Despite increasing awareness of the devastating consequences of clinician burnout, most health care systems lack a robust well-being program. Further research is necessary to determine startup and maintenance costs, and the unique applications of burnout interventions in various health care settings.
Funck, Roberta E.
"Successful Organizational Strategies for Clinician Burnout,"
Lynchburg Journal of Medical Science: Vol. 3
, Article 23.
Available at: https://digitalshowcase.lynchburg.edu/dmscjournal/vol3/iss4/23
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