Read Part 1 of a two-part series about the ACGME’s Back to Bedside program—a resident/fellow-led initiative designed to foster joy and meaning in work— in Residency Program Alert, a publication by HCPro. The article begins on Page 6 of the PDF.
As 2019 revs up, we thought it was a good time to look ahead at what the CLER Program has lined up for the coming year.
The ACGME is committed to supporting graduate medical education programs to develop a Culture of Well-Being, not just the absence of burnout and depression. The central feature in this culture is the well-being of all members of the health care team, including faculty and staff members, and residents and fellows.
The 2019 ACGME Annual Educational Conference offers so many great educational opportunities that it can be hard to know which sessions to choose. One “must-attend” plenary session focuses on the critically important topic of physician well-being.
In this article from the Health Affairs publication's blog, authors support the establishment and continued development of positions in health care dedicated to clinician well-being.