CAREGIVER BURNOUT CONSORTIUM
Are you ready to tackle caregiver burnout and improve the well-being of your employees? Join other HR professionals, healthcare systems and like-minded leaders at our quarterly consortium meetings.
The Caregiver Burnout Consortium was co-created by the Limeade Institute in partnership with several healthcare organizations. With a sincere desire to tackle employee burnout, the consortium was formed to discuss new research, present case studies and share best practices. All healthcare groups are welcome to join the series of quarterly webinars.
WHAT IS BURNOUT?
Burnout is when people have been highly engaged for a long time, without the personal skills and organizational support to maintain their well-being. Burnout is a harmful individual and organizational virus that targets the most committed employees.
CAREGIVER BURNOUT UP CLOSE
Caregivers are under significant emotional and physical stress. They put work demands, patients and family members first — even at the cost of their own self-care. At the intersection of feeling engaged and mission-driven, but feeling stressed and under-supported — caregivers are at risk for burnout. This leads to exhaustion, cynicism and ultimately poor patient care. With burnout on the rise, healthcare systems are more prone to caregiver absenteeism, intention to leave the job and actual turnover.
of physicians experience symptoms of burnout 1
higher than other professions 2
of hospital nurses reported feeling burned out in their current jobs 3
billion a year across all U.S. physicians 4
Are you ready to evolve your strategy to improve caregiver burnout?
THE FOURTH QUARTERLY CONSORTIUM MEETING
Tuesday, May 14 at 10 a.m. PST
With a sincere desire to tackle employee burnout, the consortium:
- Discusses new research
- Presents case studies
- Shares best practices
Did you miss prior consortium meetings?
Check out details and download our tip sheets from the sessions:
LAURA HAMILL, PH.D.
Laura leads the People Team at Limeade, nurturing the company’s award-winning culture of improvement while developing groundbreaking people practices and architecting employee engagement strategies for Limeade and its 100+ enterprise customers. She's also the founder and Chief Science Officer of the Limeade Institute, which conducts proprietary research, establishes market points of view and keeps a pulse on the latest employee well-being and engagement trends. Laura works with Limeade customers to translate the Institute’s research into actionable strategies and hands-on workshops to strengthen and evolve their employee engagement strategies.
Dr. Samantha Meltzer-Brody, MD, MPH
Dr. Meltzer-Brody is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UNC School of Medicine. She holds the Ray M. Hayworth and Family Distinguished Professorship of Mood and Anxiety Disorders. Dr. Meltzer-Brody also serves as the Executive Medical Director for the system-wide Well-Being program of UNC HealthCare and School of Medicine.
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The Caregiver Burnout Consortium is hosted by The Limeade Institute, which conducts research, establishes market points of views and keeps a pulse on the latest employee well-being and engagement research and trends. For the last decade, Limeade has explored the science of well-being and engagement — and how the two are closely connected — leading to pioneering innovations like the first-ever Limeade Well-Being Assessment, the Limeade Results Model and more.