Becker's Healthcare March 24, 2023
Ashleigh Hollowell

An on-campus work-life mental wellness center for clinicians in Florida saw large turnout in its first few months, according to a new study published in the April 2023 edition of The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety. Similar initiatives could improve access and reduce barriers to accessing mental health services for clinicians leading to decreased burnout.

Upon implementation of the center by University of Florida College of Medicine researchers in Gainesville, the program provided counseling, crisis response and peer support for 631 employees. The program’s model, based on Dr. John Kotter’s...

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