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Dec 2023 04
Time: 12:00 PM

Join the NAM’s Clinician Well-Being Collaborative for an engaging hybrid event on Confronting Workforce Shortages and Health Worker Well-Being: Harnessing Lessons from Rural Health Settings, co-hosted with the Council for Medical Specialty Societies and the University of Kansas Medical Center. This convening will be held in Kansas City and livestreamed for the public at 11AM-4PM CT.

This meeting will:

  1. Frame the health workforce shortage crisis and discuss its implications for health worker well-being and access to safe, high-quality care delivery.
  2. Explore a case study of workforce shortages in rural health settings and highlight strategies for overcoming workforce challenges and barriers to health worker well-being.
  3. Explore successful strategies and solutions to promote health worker well-being, enhance team-based care, and contribute to equitable health outcomes.

Clinicians and leaders from health systems, public and private entities, as well as regional stakeholders will hear direct experiences and have opportunities to discuss how to apply innovative strategies to achieve the quadruple aim in light of the current state of the health workforce. We welcome your virtual participation to bring a wide range of professional and personal backgrounds to enhance these discussions.

In-person capacity is limited at the University of Kansas Medical Center. If you are local to Kansas City and interested in attending in person, please contact Farida Ahmed (fahmed@nas.edu).

Learn more about the Clinician Well-Being Collaborative >>

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