Critical Care Societies Collaborative Strategies for Building Resilience

11/8/2018
The Critical Care Societies Collaborative is conducting a survey to identify ways that ICUs and institutions are promoting a healthy work environment and/or addressing the prevention of burnout.
 

The Critical Care Societies Collaborative (CCSC) comprises the Society of Critical Care Medicine, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, American College of Chest Physicians, and American Thoracic Society. The CCSC, recognizing the importance of addressing burnout among critical care professionals, published a call for action in 2016 that reviewed relevant research and addressed potential interventions for mitigating burnout. The CCSC also recently sponsored a National Summit on Prevention and Management of Burnout in the ICU to formulate approaches that accelerate actions to address and prevent burnout.

As part of the commitment to continue work on disseminating interventions to prevent and mitigate burnout, a short survey is being conducted to identify ways that ICUs and institutions are promoting a healthy work environment and/or addressing the prevention of burnout. The anonymous survey has received institutional review board approval, and the data and results will be reported only in aggregate.

To participate, please visit the survey website.