NAM Supports Clinician Well-Being during COVID-19 Outbreak
In the face of the unprecedented challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic and the accompanying global public health emergency, the National Academy of Medicine’s Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience is supporting the health care and public health community as they navigate the difficult challenges arising in this unprecedented moment. Many clinicians already face anxiety, burnout, depression, stress, and suicide; the COVID-19 crisis is presenting an even greater hardship that can exacerbate existing levels of burnout and mental health stressors. The collaborative has compiled a list of strategies and resources to support the health and well-being of clinicians providing health care during the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Things Are Complicated Enough: Use the Updated VGMET Form
AAIM encourages programs to use the most current version of the Verification of Graduate Medical Education Training (VGMET) form, which is designed to streamline and standardize the residency verification process and meet hospital credentialing needs. Ease the workloads of program directors and administrators with a template letter and form that provides the necessary information to meet credentialing needs while reducing the need for programs to complete multiple requests for information.
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Stakeholders Provide Updated Statements
Stakeholders continue to work to ensure the health and safety of all providers, medical learners, patients, and individuals in the United States.
For more updates and shared resources from stakeholders, please visit AAIM's COVID-19 Resource Community (log in required)
AAIM Innovation Subcommittee