An investment in staff well-being
Leigh Hume, MN, RN, NE-BC, Pathway to Excellence Program® Assistant Director, Appraisal Process
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"You can't give what you don't have." The implications of such a simple statement from Dr. Maureen Bisognano, keynote speaker at the 2016 Gothenburg International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare, are far reaching given that burnout, emotional exhaustion, mental depletion, and disengagement are associated with the current state of our global nursing community. Studies report global rates of disengagement at 40% and nurse burnout in the US at 34%.1,2 These factors, and their relationship with poor well-being, ultimately have an adverse impact on nurses' overall health and ability to provide quality patient care. In light of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's (IHI) Triple Aim of improving the patient experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing the per capita cost of healthcare, the growing problem with clinician burnout prompted healthcare leaders to focus on workforce well-being. The result was the introduction of the Quadruple Aim. This fourth aim recognizes that the success of the triple aim is greatly impacted by healthcare providers' well-being.
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|Citation||Hume, L. (2018). An investment in staff well-being. Nursing Management, 49(12), 9-11. doi: 10.1097/01.NUMA.0000547833.17955.8a|
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