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  • The mission of this initiative is: to advance research and promote evidence-based solutions that improve patient care by enhancing professional fulfillment and reducing clinician burnout. 

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  • This grant to the Institute of Medicine and Public Health of New Jersey went to support implementation of the PTI effort including statewide educational activities, program-related staff time, and support for some of the participating practices' costs. 

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  • The Education Symposium is held on only one day in Columbus, Ohio. OSMA is working to replicate this program and take it to other areas of the state geographically, as well as offer it to hospitals and large practices that might not have the benefits of a fully functional physician well-being initiative.

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  • The California Medical Association (CMA) Foundation will host a multi-session track on physician burnout at the 2018 Network of Ethnic Physician Organizations (NEPO) Summit. The track will focus primarily on reducing stress and increasing the wellness of ethnic minority woman physicians.

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  • The Women in Leadership (WIL) development program will be a tool to fight burnout in women physicians in Baylor Scott & White Health's large multi-specialty group practice. A pilot of the WIL program was executed in 2017, and since inception, has been physician led and data driven.

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  • AWS will implement a positive psychology coaching intervention for resident members and faculty with an emphasis on issues specific to women surgeons. AWS aims to connect residents and faculty in a meaningful way to support their emotional and professional development and address issues contributing to burnout.

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  • Women’s Wellness through Equity and Leadership (WEL) will recruit a cohort of early- to mid-career female physicians and health care leaders to provide networking and education around critical leadership skills, develop principles regarding healthy work environments for female physicians, and contribute to the development of a consortium of six health care organizations to create infrastructure for addressing these issues.

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  • The Metro Omaha Medical Society will address physician burnout and wellness at a community level, eliminating the barriers to seeking care that exist in other models because they are contained within an employer based system and endanger the anonymity that doctors consider a necessity. 

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