Beat Burnout. Renew Purpose.
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Take the First Step Towards Improving Well-Being
Statistics show that one-out-of-every-four workers in the United States experiences professional burnout. In jobs where high-stress is a factor, this figure climbs to nearly 50%. Burnout leads to decreased productivity, depression, high staff turnover, and even increased on-the-job error. Unfortunately, due to assumed implications, burnout is rarely addressed within the workplace. As an organization, including the Well-Being Index as part of your wellness program promotes self-awareness, improving well-being across multiple dimensions.
Assess Well-Being. Provide Resources. Track Progress.
We're on a mission to end burnout and answer the silent call for help that affects organizations across the country. The well-being indexes were invented by the Mayo Clinic. They are 100% anonymous, web-based tools that evaluate multiple dimensions of distress in just 9 questions. They are designed to measure burnout, provide valuable resources when people them the most, and track progress over time to promote self-awareness. The ultimate goal is to end burnout among professionals and reduce the adverse consequences that come along with the strain.
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You will get instant access to the Well-Being Index demo account to test the software as different types of users. We will also send you a confirmation email with the link to the demo account for future access.
Test the software as these users:
- Organization Admin
- Medical Student
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Validation and Research
- Utility of a brief screening tool to identify physicians in distress.
- An interactive individualized intervention to promote behavioral change to increase personal well-being in US surgeons.
- Ability of the physician well-being index to identify residents in distress.
- Efficacy of a brief screening tool to identify medical students in distress.
- Psychometric properties of the Medical Student Well-Being Index among medical students in a Malaysian medical school
- Psychometric properties of the Medical Student Well-Being Index at different interval of measurements in a cohort of medical students
- Development and preliminary psychometric properties of a well-being index for medical students
- Ability of a 9-Item Well-Being Index to Identify Distress and Stratify Quality of Life in US Workers.
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