Fostering clinician well-being: Insights from the AMA’s 2022 national report

Webinar (series)
Fostering clinician well-being: Insights from the AMA’s 2022 national report
Apr 19, 2022

On April 19, 2022, the AMA held a webinar in the AMA STEPS Forward® webinar series: “Current Trends and Insights from the AMA’s 2022 National Report.”

COVID-19 has put extraordinary stress on health care workers. Clinician well-being has never been more important. Learn about important insights from the 2022 national burnout benchmarking report. Highlights include current trends in burnout, stress and job satisfaction in addition to other key drivers of burnout that have emerged during the pandemic. The AMA also shares key strategies to address ongoing burnout and how health systems can reset as we emerge from the pandemic.



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Speaker: Kyra Cappelucci Ng

Bio: Kyra Cappelucci Ng currently leads the American Medical Association’s practice transformation portfolio where she consults with health systems from around the country to provide meaningful data to support practice interventions that promote physician well-being. Prior to joining the AMA, Ms. Ng helped develop and launch the National Academy of Medicine’s national Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience, a consortium of more than 200 organizations committed to reducing clinician burnout and suicide. Ms. Ng received her Bachelor of Sciences in Dietetics from the University of Maryland.          

Disclaimer: The viewpoints expressed in this video are those of the participants and/or do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the AMA.