Clinician Burnout is an Official Medical Diagnosis!

Long before the pandemic, clinician burnout was a public health epidemic — one that had been building for years as many providers ignored the symptoms while health care systems chose not to focus on the problem altogether. COVID-19 has placed an even greater strain on all clinicians, and the time to reflect and focus on these issues is now.

  • Burnout

    The pandemic has put added stress on all healthcare workers and provider burnout are reaching an all time high. This is especially true for clinicians working in urgent cares and emergency rooms. Learn from Dr. Glen Harnett, former CMO of American Family Cares, the largest Urgent Care Chain in the country, on ways to cope with this unspoken issue.

  • Learn at Your Own Pace

    This CME course combines video podcasts and audio/video slide recordings from our previous conference. We understand that education takes time - so complete the course at your own pace and refer back to our material for review anytime.

  • Pre/Post Test & CME certificate

    Answer the pre/post test along with the evaluation form after completion of the course to generate your CME certificate. This course is approved for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CME credits by EB Medicine.

Clinician Burnout

A Special Master Clinicians CME Lecture | 1 CME credits for MD, DO, PA or NP.

Define burnout as it relates to the provider of care. Provide a history and current update of physician wellness and how it is integrated into the current medical education system. Discuss the extent, major contributing factors, and consequences of the burned-out provider. Provide resources and diagnostic tools for recognition of clinical burnout. Define strategies for preventing burnout.
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Glenn Harnett, MD

Dr. Harnett served as the Chief Medical Officer for American Family Care where he was a key executive responsible for it's growth from 24 to 170+ clinics during a 5-year span, leading AFC to become the second largest private urgent care operator in the US. While at AFC, Dr. Harnett also provided oversight for Joint Venture designs, Laboratory operations, Risk Management, Quality Assurance, Physician Scheduling, Physician Recruitment, Physician Liaison, Patient Advocate, Nursing, and Credentialing Departments. Prior to his work at AFC, Dr. Harnett was the Emergency Department Medical Director for Coastal Carolina Medical Center in Bluffton, SC (whose emergency department received a Tenet 5-star patient satisfaction rating under his leadership) and Meadows Regional Medical Center in Vidalia, GA. Dr. Harnett earned a BA in Psychology at the University of New Hampshire and his MD at the Medical College of Georgia. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Emory University and was Chief Resident at Grady Hospital in Atlanta, GA. He is a trustee of the Urgent Care Association of America's (UCAOA) Foundation and has also served as the Urgent Care Advisor to George Washington University's Antibiotic Resistance Action Center. Dr. Harnett's many awards and recognition include Most Outstanding Resident 2004 Emory University Department of Emergency Medicine. He was named the Emory Physician Assistant Resident Teacher of the Year was chosen as the Physician of the Year by his peers and hospital staff at Coastal Carolina Medical Center.

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Clinician Burnout

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