National recognition of the problem of clinician burnout has stimulated the development of several high level programs and resources designed to disseminate information on burnout, promote strategies to combat the problem, and enhance wellness and resilience in clinicians. A wellness committee will collaborate with Faculty Affairs to support efforts to communicate effective interventions, disseminate well-being metrics, and champion a culture of well-being across the College of Medicine’s Clinical and Basic Science departments.
Resiliency Rounds is a physician wellness podcast. OU Physicians Eddie LeClaire and Aneesh Pakala are doctors who are trying to become the best version of themselves. They discuss a wide range of topics from family and finance to fitness and philosophy. There mission is to start a resiliency movement. Their focus is Life, examined and well-lived.
OU Physicians Colleague Support Program focuses on providing support of physicians after a critical incident, but also includes support after any difficult patient care encounter, claim, or other support needed.
Clinician Well-Being Knowledge Hub
The Institute of Medicine has established the Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience, a consortium of over 100 medical institutions and organizations with a commitment to reverse clinician burnout and promote clinician well-being. The Knowledge Hub is a comprehensive website with information on the causes, effects and solutions for clinician burnout.
Stanford Medicine WellMD Center
The WellMD Center was established in 2015 to "improve the health and professional fulfillment of physicians and the associated health of their patients, their students, and other members of the medical teams they lead." The Center’s activities are based on the WellMD Professional Fulfillment Model which consists of three domains: a culture of wellness, efficiency of practice, and personal resilience. The Center provides useful information and is a model wellness program.
American Medical Association (AMA) STEPSforward OnLine Learning Modules on Physician Well-Being
The AMA provides free online learning modules on relevant topics, including Preventing Physician Burnout and Improving Physician Resilience.