ACOEM Member Price: $45.00
Non-Member Price: $60.00
Victor Strecher, PhD
Ann Arbor, MI
Disclosure: JOOL Health: Founder, CEO, shareholder
Robert Carr, MD, MPH, FACPM
American College of Preventive Medicine
Disclosure: JOOL Health: Stock Ownership and Chief Medical Officer
Top psychosocial factors associated with burnout include lack of meaning in work and lack of work-life balance. While the importance of these two factors has been well-established, interventions to address them have not. This presentation focuses on two intervention vectors for addressing meaningful work and work-life balance: deep motivational factors associated with well-being (e.g., life purpose, core values, vitality); and a precision-based "n-of-1" approach using advanced predictive modeling to address these factors.
Examples with be presented that demonstrate the use of this model in corporations to enhance understanding of the issue and build resilience. Through this educational program, participants will better understand how to develop and/or evaluate effective behavioral interventions to address burnout and related issues.
1. Understand two innovative vectors and proven tools for addressing burnout.
2. Address organizational and individual factors associated with burnout.
3. Evaluate behavioral interventions to reduce burnout and improve wellbeing.
Earn up to 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and/or ABPM LLSA Credits.
This activity expires April 30, 2022.