Information and Action to Help You Be an Advocate for a Well-being Program in Your Organization
With pressures taking a toll on your emotional and mental health, burnout becomes a distinct possibility. However, having a robust, easily accessible and confidential well-being program can be a huge benefit for both physicians and organizations.
Unfortunately, advocating for a well-being program isn’t an easy task and not everyone is in a position to be an effective advocate. But understanding how to approach leadership and how to argue for a program can increase your chances of success. Here are a few basic facts to help support the value of well-being programs and suggestions on how you can approach advocating.
How to Advocate for a Well-Being Program in Your Organization
In this infographic we take a look at some key data points around the importance of well-being programs and what actions you can take to advocate for one within your organization.
Download the infographic to learn about ways you can advocate for a well-being program in your organization.
To better understand how to approach leadership and how to argue for a program, download our article Approaching Leadership to Advocate for Physician Well-Being Programs to learn more.