Establishing Clinician Well-Being as a National Priority: Meeting #6 – Taking Action Against Clinician Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being Report Launch
Social Media Toolkit
The National Academy of Medicine (NAM) released a new report, Taking Action Against Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being, on October 23, 2019.
The report launch event on December 4, 2019 aims to elevate the findings, conclusions, and recommendations from the consensus report, and translate the report recommendations to action. The event will be held at the National Academy of Sciences Building located at 2101 Constitution Avenue NW in Washington, DC. It will also be available via webcast.
For additional details about the consensus report, please visit nam.edu/ClinicianWellBeingStudy. A free downloadable copy of the report and related resources are available on this page.
We encourage you to use this toolkit to help promote the event through your communications channels. You will find sample (1) Twitter posts, (2) Facebook posts, (3) and social media graphics. Thank you in advance for your help promoting the event across your networks.
For questions, please contact Samantha Phillips at SPhillips@nas.edu.
National Academy of Medicine Social Media:
- Join @theNAMedicine 12/4 launch event for the recently released report on taking action #AgainstClinicianBurnout and supporting #ClinicianWellBeing! Register to join in-person in Washington, DC or via webcast: http://bit.ly/2NJuSVL
- Register for @theNAMedicine launch event on 12/4 to elevate the findings, conclusions, and recommendations from the recent report, Taking Action Against Clinician Burnout! Join in-person or via webcast: http://bit.ly/2NJuSVL #AgainstClinicianBurnout #ClinicianWellBeing
- .@theNAMedicine report examines scientific evidence on causes of clinician burnout, consequences for clinicians and patients, and interventions to support #ClinicianWellBeing. Join the 12/4 launch event in DC or via webcast: http://bit.ly/2NJuSVL #AgainstClinicianBurnout
The recently released National Academy of Medicine report, Taking Action Against Clinician Burnout, examines scientific evidence on the causes of clinician burnout, the consequences for clinicians and patients, and interventions to support clinician well-being. The 12/4 report launch event hosted by the Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience aims to elevate the findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the report, and begin to translate the report recommendations to action.
Register to join the launch event in Washington, DC or via webcast: http://bit.ly/2NJuSVL.