Human Factor Based Leadership

Michael Privitera, MD, MS, Professor of Psychiatry and Medical Director, Medical Faculty and Clinician Wellness Program at the University of Rochester Medical Center discusses critical leadership tools to help reduce burnout in clinicians. Human Factor Based Leadership:  Critical Leadership Tools to Reduce Burnout and Latent Error in a Time of Accelerating Change explores how health care leaders can integrate the human factor science into their leadership and management decisions to prioritize both clinician well-being and patient safety and care.

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