From Burnout to Well-Being

A new article from Magnify, the Duke School of Medicine’s latest publication, focuses on burnout among healthcare workers. Burnout is major healthcare issue, affecting the emotional, physical and mental health of the very people who we need at their best to care for others. Duke as a whole has been actively researching and implementing evidence-based tools to tackle burnout and promote a healthy work culture. To be the best for our patients, we must take care of ourselves.

The Duke Center for Healthcare Safety and Quality is proud to lend its expertise to the issue of burnout. Through data collection, education, coaching and toolkit implementation, the Center works hard to help Duke’s healthcare team realize a greater sense of well-being.

To see the full article, which includes a shout-out to the Center and a quote from Duke’s Patient Safety lead, Dr. Jonathan Bae, click here.