Chief Caregiver Officer weighs in on how healthcare organizations can support the physical, emotional and financial well-being of their employees.
Peer-support program helps nurses cope with grief and anxiety in the wake of adverse clinical events.
Healthcare leaders inspire employee retention by providing individualized career pathways and benefits geared toward personal and professional well-being.
Virtual visits and flexible scheduling give clinicians a greater sense of control over their workload and perceived job stress, but this didn’t significantly lower burnout in a survey of providers across various specialties.
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The pandemic showed healthcare leaders the importance of supporting caregivers personally and professionally and underscored the need for new employee well-being strategies.
Maternal-fetal medicine specialist Uma Perni, MD, says that when her children were young, she quickly learned she could not care for them if she did not care for herself.
Stressed? Of course you are. But resilience can help. Chief of Staff Brian G. Donley, MD, explains how building resilience can help you improve your well-being, as well as your relationships with patients and colleagues.