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About Office of Well-Being

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The Office of Well-Being was established in 2018 and aims to create a more productive, joyful and healthful workplace. In partnership with faculty and staff – we will lead efforts to:

  • Advance health and well-being

  • Increase fulfillment at work

  • Promote work-life balance

  • Expand opportunities for professional growth

  • Remove workplace inefficiencies

  • To advance the well-being of all who work within Johns Hopkins Medicine.

  • To foster mutually-supportive, healthy, and positive work environments in which all who work at JHM can thrive, grow, achieve, and excel.

    1. Grounding our work in the evidence about the art and science of advancing well-being
    2. Focusing on key drivers of well-being
    3. Convening stakeholders to inform discussion and activity around well-being strategies, resources, and policies
    4. Collaborating with partners across JHM
    5. Shaping a culture of health by leveraging:
      • Leadership
      • Shared Values
      • Positive Social Climate
      • Norm building
      • Peer Support
      • Touchpoints
    1. Advocate for increased, equitable access to well-being resources for all who work at JHM
    2. Promote well-being efforts through multi-level, multi-modal communications
    3. Embed well-being into JHM policies, processes and systems for sustainability
    4. Build capacity of leaders and managers to support the well-being of their people through evidenced-based asset-based trainings and interventions (well-being oriented leadership)
    5. Identify barriers to safe, efficient clinical practice and inform efforts to make patient care enjoyable and less onerous
    6. Bring solutions to leadership for improvements, integrations, and investments to support well-being
    7. Monitor JHM well-being efforts on behalf of JHM clinicians and staff through enterprise-wide assessments
    8. Contribute to discovery and dissemination by serving as a center for well-being research for JHM
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