The Mind of Medicine: A Different Healthcare Conversation

The Key to Quality Improvement Is Clinician Well-Being

November 03, 2021 Donna Gabriel, MS / J. Bryan Sexton, PhD Season 1 Episode 7
The Mind of Medicine: A Different Healthcare Conversation
The Key to Quality Improvement Is Clinician Well-Being
Show Notes

In this episode, Dr. Bryan Sexton explains why clinician well-being is at the heart of quality improvement. He discusses common missteps that leaders make when addressing clinician well-being and provides examples, backed by science, of bite-sized interventions that can have immediate and lasting effects.

During this episode, you will learn about:

  • Why clinician well-being is at the core of quality improvement 
  • The importance of addressing the system and the clinician at the same time
  • Scientifically validated examples of bite-sized interventions to support clinician well-being
  • The Duke Well-Being Ambassador course

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Music and lyrics: Nancy Burger and Scott Weber.