Well-Being Resources



Articles on Well-Being

Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience Case Studies

2019, sourced by National Academy of Medicine


The Business Case for Investing in Physician Well-Being

2017, Tait Shanfelt, MD, Joel Goh, PhD, Christine Sinsky, MD, sourced by JAMA Network

Work and Well-Being Toolkit for Physicians

2014, Cynthia W. Morris, PsyD, Rebecca M. Richey, PsyD, Laura F. Martin, MD and Chad D. Morris, PhD, sourced by Behavioral Health & Wellness Program University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus School of Medicine


From Triple to Quadruple Aim: Care of the Patient Requires Care of the Provider

2014, Thomas Bodenheimer, MD and Christine Sinsky, MD, sourced by the Annals of Family Medicine

Are Doctors the Canary in the Coal Mine of Medicine?

2013, sourced by The Happy MD



Webinars on Well-Being

The National Academy of Medicine (NAM) Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resiliencereleased clinician well-being case studies in July 2019. The case studies highlight organizational initiatives that have demonstrated success in supporting well-being and reducing burnout among practicing clinicians, trainees, and/or students.

The first two case studies highlight programs and policies to improve clinician well-being at The Ohio State University and Virginia Mason Kirkland Medical Center. The NAM is hosting a case study webinar series to provide a platform for readers to ask questions of program developers and leadership.






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