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By Leonard Berry | Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Is too much emotional distance contributing to clinician burnout? IHI Senior Fellow Len Berry argues that the fear of taking away hope and having difficult emotional and spiritual discussions can harm both patients and care providers.

 

Tag(s): Person- and Family-Centered Care, Joy in Work, Communication, Conversation Ready, End-of-Life Care
By Santiago Narino | Thursday, Apr 18, 2019
A health care leader used what she's learned about the psychology of change to increase psychological safety and enhance joy in work in her critical care unit.

 

Tag(s): Psychology of Change, Joy in Work, Latin America, Psychological Safety
By Rishi Manchanda | Thursday, Jan 17, 2019
In a new interview, Rishi Manchanda, MD, MPH, untangles the sometimes confusing discussions about the nonmedical root causes of major health problems - including a lack of housing, food insecurity, or social isolation – also known as the social determinants of health.

 

Tag(s): Quality Improvement, Triple Aim for Populations, Community, Joy in Work, Primary Care
By Joshua Eng | Friday, Dec 14, 2018
During the last 12 months, we tackled both new and familiar topics and created hundreds of blog posts, videos, and publications. You may recall some of them, but perhaps you missed a few. Which ones do we think are worth revisiting?

 

Tag(s): Quality Improvement, Joy in Work, Psychology of Change, IHI White Papers, Tools, Substance Abuse
By Neil Baker | Wednesday, Nov 07, 2018
Even skilled quality improvers can have difficulty creating or maintaining psychological safety. Here are five tips that can help teams with open communication and mutual support.

 

Tag(s): Patient Safety, Quality Improvement, Communication, Teamwork, Leadership, Improvement Capability, Joy in Work
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