Pri-Med Midwest - Primary Care CME/CE Conference & Expo

Rosemont, IL | October 13-15, 2022

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center

Combating Clinician Burnout: Work Smarter, Not Harder


Clinician burnout is not a problem with personal resiliency, but rather a manifestation of organizational-level inefficiencies. Half of a clinician’s day is spent performing tasks that do not require a medical degree—a key driver for burnout. Getting rid of unnecessary work and improving practice efficiency are key to combating burnout and supporting a culture of wellness at the organizational level.

Learning Objectives

Explain clinician burnout and its causes

Describe 3 practice/organizational-level strategies for reducing burnout and promoting a culture of wellness

Empower YOU to make 1 meaningful change tomorrow!


Jill Jin, MD, MPH

Dr. Jill Jin is a practicing internist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, a Senior Physician Advisor for Professional Satisfaction & Practice Sustainability at the American Medical...

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