Mayo Clinic Strategies to Reduce Burnout: 12 Actions to Create the Ideal Workplace (Mayo Clinic Scientific Press) (Paperback)
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Mayo Clinic Strategies to Reduce Burnout: 12 Actions to Create the Ideal Workplace tells the story of the evolving journey of those in the medical profession. It dwells not on the story of burnout, distress, compassion fatigue, moral injury, and cognitive dissonance but rather on a narrative of hope for professional fulfillment, well-being, joy, and camaraderie. Achieving this aim requires health care professionals and administrative leaders working together to create the ideal workplace-through nurturing positivity and pushing negativity aside. The ultimate aspiration is esprit de corps-the common spirit existing in members of a group that inspires enthusiasm, devotion, loyalty, camaraderie, engagement, and strong regard for the welfare of the team and of common interests and responsibilities. Mayo Clinic Strategies to Reduce Burnout: 12 Actions to Create the Ideal Workplace provides a road map for you to create esprit de corps for your team and organization. The map is paved
with information about reliable, patient-centered, and thoughtful systems embedded within psychologically safe and just cultures. The authors drew on their extensive research on the well-being of health care professionals; from their experience in quality, department operations, leadership and organization development, management, safe havens, and care teams; and from their roles as president, chief wellness officer, chief quality officer, chair, principal investigator, senior fellow, and board director.
About the Author
Stephen J. Swensen, MD, is the Former Director of Leadership and Organization Development at Mayo Clinic, a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and a Professor Emeritus at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science. Tait Shanafelt, MD, is the Chief Wellness Officer, Jeanie and Stewart Ritchie Professor of Medicine, and Associate Dean at Stanford School of Medicine.