Organizational Evidence-Based and Promising Practices for Improving Clinician Well-Being

Sinsky CA, Daugherty Biddison L, Mallick A, Legreid Dopp A, Perlo J, Lynn L, Smith CD. 2020. Organizational evidence-based and promising practices for improving clinician well-being. NAM Perspectives. Discussion Paper. Washington, DC: National Academy of Medicine. October 30, 2020.

Organizations seeking to reduce burnout and improve well-being among clinicians can create a better work environment by aligning commitments, leadership structures, policies, and actions with evidence-based and promising best practices. This paper describes evidence-based and promising practices shown to increase clinician well-being across six domains, provides examples, and presents principles of organizational action for clinician well-being derived from the IHI Framework for Improving Joy in Work.

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