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Defining the prevalence, causes, and consequences of physician burnout across the career span, and developing evidence-based interventions that improve the work-lives of physicians and the care they provide to patients.
The Mayo Clinic Program on Physician Well-Being evaluates the entire spectrum of personal, professional and organizational factors influencing physician well-being, satisfaction and productivity, researching optimal organizational approaches to prevent physician stress, and creating a positive energy workplace.
The Mayo Clinic Program on Physician Well-Being centers its work on four platforms of excellence including intervention research, epidemiological research, research that translates into practice strategies and physician well-being metrics.
The Mayo Clinic Program on Physician Well-Being researchers are widely published in the areas of identifying, preventing, treating, and reducing physician burnout and promoting physician well-being.
Mayo's Program on Physician Well-Being has shared its research findings and physician well-being initiatives through more than 1,000 media events in addition to broadcasts with national news outlets and publications in dozens of the top print news agencies.
The Mayo Clinic commitment to physicians' career and personal well-being is manifested in a multipronged organizational approach.
Contact the Mayo Clinic Program on Physician Well-Being about physician burnout and physician well-being research projects or collaboration opportunities.
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