- Amy King, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, Doctor Amy, LLC, Newberg, OR
This presentation will share insight gained from facilitated meetings of integrated healthcare settings regarding provider burnout and moral distress in primary care settings. Qualitative information will be reviewed that led to a 5-part series for healthcare providers called, “It’s OK to not be okay.” The process included:
• Meetings with clinic managers, leaders and owners to collect information on what clinics were struggling with regarding burnout and overwhelm.
• Review of research to create an efficacious program and 5-part series
How tools were chosen to provide tangible tools for healthcare settings
• How a trauma-informed approach along with a relational leadership model was utilized to create spaces for providers to engage in trainings that provided validation and critical support.
• Next steps to improve outcomes that lead to decrease in burnout.
Participants will leave with a workflow and plan for ways to integrate a similar training into their setting.
- Utilize a reflective model of questions to create a 5-part series responding to healthcare provider burnout and distress.
- Identify efficacious interventions to incorporate into the series so that learners gain practical tools to address burnout and moral distress.