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Organizational approaches to support wellness and self-care require multiple levels of coordination. Approaches designed to create a culture of wellness can include simple strategies targeted to individual employees as well as more complex organizational planning to sustain self-care initiatives across all employees. Some examples are flexible workload or schedule-rotations, stress management training programs, teamwork & transition planning, debriefing sessions and wellness incentives.

Reducing Burnout

Total Worker Health In-Depth: Burnout

Dr. Eean Crawford at the Tippie College of Business at the University of Iowa highlights the early signs of burnout, the toll on individuals and the workplace, potential causes, and employer solutions.



Total Worker Health In-Depth: Stress

Dr. John Howard, MD, MPH, JD, LLM, Director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health discusses the causes and impact of job stress, and employer solutions.


Workplace Culture

Culture Can Prevent Burnout

This brief video interview with Tait Shanafelt, MD, Chief Wellness Officer, Stanford School of Medicine emphasizes the importance of supportive culture of wellness.


Workplace Culture

Strategies Must Be Practical and Local

This brief video interview with Christine Sinsky, MD, Vice President of Professional Satisfaction, American Medical Association emphasizes selecting unique strategies to address burnout that match the organization.


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