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Combating Burnout and Recovering Joy in Medicine
1.0 CME Credit
1.0 CE Credit
ABQAURP sub-specialty credits: Case Management 1.0, Managed Care 1.0, Patient Safety/Risk Management 1.0, Physician Advisor 1.0, Transitions of Care 1.0, Workers' Compensation 1.0
Medicine is an extremely demanding profession with an extended training process that promotes continuous learning. Our health care providers work long hours where they are exposed to human suffering, potential medical errors, risk of malpractice suits and an ever-changing payment model to base their earnings. Health care providers were meant to care and diagnose patient conditions but not necessarily to spend countless hours at the computer entering data to support their clinical decisions. This online course will provide insight related to the critical issue of provider burnout and well-being.
This session was recorded live at our 2019 Annual Health Care Quality & Patient Safety Conference and is a portion of the online course entitled: Connecting People, Purpose & Passion. They may be taken individually to earn incremental CME/CE credits. However, if you plan on taking the full 8-hour course, you will not be able to claim credit for these individual sessions.
At the conclusion of the activity, attendees will be able to:
Describe the scope of the problem of burnout among healthcare providers nationally
Discuss the impact of burnout on the healthcare workforce and delivery of patient care
Outline strategies to reduce burnout, improve resilience and promote professional satisfaction
This course is intended for Physicians of all specialties, Nurses, and Other Health Care Professionals with appropriate CME credit and nursing contact hours offered for each profession.
The American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians, Inc. (ABQAURP) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
ABQAURP designates this enduring material for a maximum of
1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
ABQAURP is an approved provider of continuing education for nurses. This activity is designated for 1.0 contact hour through the Florida Board of Nursing, Provider # 50-94.
This program is approved for Category 2 credit by the American Osteopathic Association.
All participants must achieve a final assessment score of at least seventy percent (70%) for recertification and continuing education credits. You have 60 days to complete the course after ordering. Please note: Exam candidates taking the Core Body of Knowledge and Diplomates renewing their certification may have less time to complete, as determined by deadlines imposed.
This activity is valid from May 20, 2019 through March 15, 2022. Original release date: April 26, 2019.
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This course has been selected by ABQAURP as a "CE Spotlight" course. CE Spotlight courses are complimentary as a Membership benefit with ABQAURP!
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COURSE FEES: Diplomate 0 Member 0 Non-Member $42.00
About The Authors
Members of the CME Committee, Planners, and Faculty have disclosed to ABQAURP any relevant financial relationships. No relevant financial relationships or conflicts of interest exist in regard to the content of this online activity.
Lee Daugherty Biddison, MD, MPH
Dr. Lee Daugherty Biddison is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Johns Hopkins Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Associate Faculty in the Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality, and a Contributing Scholar in the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. Having served on the Dean’s Task Force on Joy in Medicine, she co-chaired the Working Group on Culture and Work-life Balance and for which she served as lead author of the summary report of the Task Force.