Addressing Burnout and Building Resiliency—Is Anyone Doing It Well in Healthcare?

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Thoughts from Lori Murphy, Senior Director, on her experience at the CENTILE conference (Washington D.C., October 23-25, 2017)   The above question was posed at CENTILE, and the answer will either depress you or validate your beliefs—or perhaps both. The number of organizations lauded as solutions-oriented was strikingly small, and all of those organizations happen to be present at this … Read More

Alleviating Burnout: One Conference’s Structural Take on this Industry-Wide Issue

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Thoughts from Lori Murphy, Senior Director, on her experience at the Beyond Resiliency Training Conference at MD Anderson in Houston, Sept 25-26 2017 On the tails of destructive Hurricane Harvey, University of Texas MD Anderson Center pushed on with a 2 day conference – Beyond Resiliency Training: Organizational Strategies to Alleviate Burnout and Increase Wellness in Academic Medicine. With a … Read More

Doctors Are In Pain: A Different Perspective on Why We Should Address Burnout

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Thoughts from Lori Murphy, Senior Director, on her experience at the ACPH Finding Joy in Medicine conference (San Francisco, Oct 12-13, 2017)   A group of over 400 healthcare leaders – the majority physicians – convened in the smoky particulate plume of San Francisco last week to attend the American Conference on Physician Health. The theme this year was “Finding … Read More

Key Concepts in Organizational Stress

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Many organizations don’t think about the impacts of stress on their workforce in a systematic way when designing their organizational policy. How could they? Policies grow over time, and often are reactive rather than proactive. These are the key concepts Greenleaf uses to assess the current Stress Responsiveness of an organization and support the leadership in making more stress responsive policy decisions.