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Well-Being Index

Invented By Mayo ClinicTake the First Step Towards Improving Well-Being
Statistics show that one-of-four workers in the United States experiences professional burnout. In jobs where high stress is a factor, this figure climbs to nearly 50 percent. 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.


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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.

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Shine a light on burnout and increase awareness at your institution. Use the Executive Leadership Summary to share with your colleagues or leadership teams.


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3 Steps to Well-Being

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 percent 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 need 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 coincide with the strain.

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Assess Well-Being

The well-being indexes are personalized assessments. They evaluate well-being and give immediate feedback based on basic demographics and individual responses. Individuals can then compare their results with their peers based on national averages.

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Individual Results

Provide Resources

Based upon the individual's results, the Indexes suggest resources for next steps. These resources can be customized per an organization's preference. Each of the resource topics includes an up-to-date, brief video that provides an overview of research on the topic, national and organizational resources (provided by organizations or medical institutions), specific activities, and links to select publications on the topic.

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Track Progress

On both an individual and institutional basis, the Indexes have the ability to track and report overall experience compared to the national average. Being able to track well-being over time promotes self-awareness and also gives institutions the ability to evaluate the effectiveness of their wellness programming.

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Well-Being Index for IRB Research

We are pleased to offer the Well-Being Index for academic and IRB-approved research. In efforts to promote research and continued validation, the Well-Being Index questions and scoring system are available for free to qualifying users. The one-time registration is limited to a specific research project or a twelve (12) month duration.

Please note: You must accept the terms and conditions of the Material Transfer Agreement regarding use of this intellectual property. You will then be prompted to complete the download. Once completed, you will receive the scoring tools (PDF document) via email within 24-48 hours.

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