Tackling clinical burnout: a personal, national and global crisis

Friday 8 November 2019

With the NHS chronically understaffed, resources limited and demand for services increasing, clinical staff are working hard in local systems under pressure. Clinician burnout is on the rise globally and can bring with it significant risks around the care and safety of patients, as well as having a devastating effect on the personal lives of individual clinicians.

Join our online event to explore some of the latest evidence on the health and wellbeing of clinicians and the practical actions that can help to make a difference to the lives of staff. Our speakers will discuss the pressures that threaten personal health, morale, patient care and create a burden on the NHS, while exploring how to tackle the root causes and engage people and leaders in how to create the best, supportive places to work.

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Professor Don Berwick
President Emeritus and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement and International Visiting Fellow, The King’s Fund

Professor Michael West
Professor of Work and Organisational Psychology, Lancaster University Management School, and Visiting Fellow, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund

Dr Harsha Shah
Clinical Research Fellow, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Registrar, Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital, Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust

Anna Burhouse
Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust

Mark O’ Herlihy
Managing Director Europe, Middle East and Africa, IBM Watson Health

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