Around the clock, healthcare workers provide compassionate care to patients. But who is caring for the nurses, physicians and practitioners that are in dire need of support? In the 2020 National Comparison report, nurses had the highest rate of self-reported burnout out of all the counterparts in the healthcare industry, and it’s safe to say that number has only increased in the past 15 months. This comes with huge risk, as it may not only interfere with their own well-being, but also with the quality of delivered care.
Hospital administrators need to ensure an infrastructure and resources to support physicians, nurses and care team members. Limeade and Sodexo have joined forces to bring you a critically important panel discussion to help employers identify and acknowledge the most common concerns for healthcare workers. Learn how your organization’s leaders can take thoughtful steps toward addressing the issues of staff burnout, stress and even PTSD as a result of this healthcare crisis.
“Many organizations now have well-being committees that are multi-faceted; looking through the lens of the human aspect of all the decisions that we make. This is taking well-being to the next level in healthcare.”
– Nancy Nankivil – Director of Professional Satisfaction and Practice Sustainability, American Medical Association,
Watch our panelists, Dr. Laura Hamill, Chief Science Advisor, Limeade and Nancy Nankivil, Director of Professional Satisfaction and Practice Sustainability, American Medical Association, in a lively conversation led by Mia Mends, Global Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer, Sodexo North America.