Hospitalist Shared Leadership for Safety, Health, and Well-Being at Work: United States, 2022–2023

Natalie V. Schwatka, Angela Keniston, Gopi Astik, Anne Linker, Matthew Sakumoto, Gregory Bowling, Andrew Auerbach, Marisha Burden

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Abstract

We assessed how hospitalists frame workplace safety, health, and well-being (SHW); their perception of hospital supports for SHW; and whether and how they are sharing leadership responsibility for each other’s SHW. Our findings highlight the important role of local support for hospitalist SHW and reveal the systemic, hospital-wide problems that may impede their SHW. We believe that positioning hospitalists as leaders for SHW will result in systems-wide changes in practices to support the SHW of all care team members.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)S162-S166
JournalAmerican Journal of Public Health
Volume114
DOIs
StatePublished - Feb 2024

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