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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 includes a cross-disciplinary team of faculty and staff to advance discovery around physician well-being, wellness resources and organizational approaches to prevent physician burnout.
Program on Physician Well-Being directors Dr. Colin West and Dr. Lotte Dyrbye, along with an advisory board, lead the research team to investigate evidence-based approaches to physician well-being and prevention of physician burnout.
The program fosters collaboration around physician well-being research initiatives with numerous external research organizations including the American Medical Association and the National Academy of Medicine and Science Collaborative on Clinical Well-Being.
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