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Creating a wellness committee is a concrete first step an organization can take to foster a culture of clinician wellness.
Clinician well-being is not only critical to enhancing patient safety, but plays an important role in recruiting and retaining physicians. Stress in the medical workplace is generated by:
An organizational commitment to create a Clinician Wellness Committee typically begins with recognition of the physician as a precious resource by the executive leadership team.
Clinician Wellness Committees can take on a variety of roles, including education, support and consultation. In general, these committees do not conduct formal interventions; those are more often handled by a medical executive or outside professional due to potential legal liability, confidentiality and mandated reporting requirements. Some potential activities of a Clinician Wellness Committee include:
Clinician Wellness Committees should be governed by a charter. In general, charters contain the following elements:
In addition, the charter should address important administrative considerations including: