Commentary Presented to

  1. Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education
    1. Workshop April 26-27, 2018: A Systems Approach to Alleviating Work-Induced Stress and Improving Health, Well-Being, and Resilience of Health Professionals Within and Beyond Education
  1. The Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience
    1. Meeting, May 2, 2018: Establishing Clinician Well-Being as a National Priority
    2. Art show: Expressions of Clinician Well-being
    3. The Conceptual Model Working Group - Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience

From:

Daniel Lappin, BA, CMP,

Natural Arts Wellness & Massage    

Stress-Trauma-Illness Massage Therapist

Patient, Artist

Independent Health Economist, BA Economics, The University of Chicago

 

 

 

Main Page Index

  1. Summary
  2. Potential Action for April 2018 Global Forum Workshop
  3. Integration into Existing Agenda of the Global Forum Workshop
  4. Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience: The Conceptual Model Working Group - Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience
  5. Artwork to Support the Conceptual Model: Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience.
    1. Link Here: Artwork to Support the Conceptual Model Of Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience 
  6. Healthcare Design: Art + Science + Integrative Physiology
  7. Basis for this Commentary

 

Linked Pages Index

 

Comments for Global Forum: A Systems Approach to Alleviating Work-induced Stress and Improving Health, Well-being, and Resilience of Health Professionals Within and Beyond Education: A Workshop

  1. Integrative Physiology: Design and System Thinking, Resilience and Work Flow Design
  2. Engage Integrative Physiology to support System and Design Thinking in healthcare, Resiliency, Work flow
  3. Historic Trends: Whole Systems versus Precision Science
  4. Is Healthcare Stuck in Precision Focus?
  5. Prolonged, External, Mental, Alertness and Precision: Disorganizes and Fragments
  6. How to See the Forest from the Trees: Engage Integrative Physiology
  7. Trauma Resolution:  Generate a Coherent, Internal, Integrated Signal
  8. Human Systems = Integrative Physiology
  9. Steps to Engage Integrative Physiology 1 & 2
  10. Implement Integrative Physiology in Work Flow Design

Link Here: Integrative Physiology: Design and System Thinking, Resilience and Work Flow Design

 

Comments for The Conceptual Model Working Group - Concept Model of Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience

  1. Introduction: System Leverage Point
  2. Problem-Solution:  Whole Systems versus Precision Measurement; Health Profession Education  after the Flexner report
  3. Oxytocin-Vasopressin Stress-Resilience Switch as a Systems Solution
  4. Integrative Model of Anatomy and Physiology
  5. Repairing a Basic Science Conceptual Gap
  6. Educational Life Cycle

Link Here: Conceptual Model Comments 

 

 

Summary

 

These comments identify and address a high-value leverage point to catalyze a systems solution  for healthcare education, organizational workflow design, and clinician well-being and resilience.

Using the following tactics:

  1. Design and systems thinking specific to healthcare  
  2. Integrative physiology principles for clinician well-being and resilience
  3. An Integrative Physiology Systems Solution
  4. An educational life-cycle solution

        

Potential Action for April 2018 Global Forum Workshop

 

Link Here: Integrative Physiology: Design and System Thinking, Resilience and Work Flow Design

 

 

This commentary to support the agenda of the April Workshop of the Global Forum is formatted in a presentation style at the bottom of this webpage. It is titled:  

Integrative Physiology:

Design and System Thinking

Resilience and Work Flow Design

 

 

MAster AP Circle

 

Link Here: Integrative Physiology: Design and System Thinking, Resilience and Work Flow Design

 

Integration into Existing Agenda of the Global Forum Workshop

 

Some of these elements of this commentary:

 

Link Here: Integrative Physiology: Design and System Thinking, Resilience and Work Flow Design

 

may integrate into presentations already scheduled for the workshop, and thus, strengthen their content.  These themes may fit well into the following sections:

  1. Design thinking for a pathway to health - Mary Jo Kreitzer
  2. 3 min pause for body/mind connections–Liza Goldblatt – Day 1
    • Potential Title: Mind-Body Skills for Design and System Thinking.
  3. Applying design thinking concepts - Mary Jo Kreitzer
  4. Guided Reflection - Aviad Haramati
  5. 3 min pause for body/mind connections–Maryanna Klatt – Day 2
    • Potential Title: Mind-Body Skills for Design and System Thinking.
  6. Session II: Design Thinking For Changing Culture
  7. Leadership: from personal health to organizational resilience
  8. Session III: Resilient Organizations

 

 

Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience: The Conceptual Model Working Group - Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience

 

Link Here: Conceptual Model Comments

 

 

Upon review of:

  1. The Action Collaborative art show: Expressions of Clinician Well-being
  1. The work of the Conceptual Model Working Group:
    1. A Journey to Construct an All-Encompassing Conceptual Model of Factors Afecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience
  1. and the explanatory model:
    1. Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience  

this document proposes comments to be considered for:

  1. The evolving conceptual model.
  2. The agenda of the May 2nd meeting of the Action Collaborative.

 

These comments point to a potential leverage point in the healthcare system.  Based upon the assessment of this research, this leverage point is one of the most granular, most pervasive layers causing current system inefficiency. These comments propose a potential system solution across educational, organizational and clinician applications, covering

 

Index: Integrative Physiology Systems Solution

  1. Introduction: System Leverage Point
  2. Problem-Solution:
    1. Whole Systems versus Precision Measurement; Health Profession Education after the Flexner report
    2. Mind, communication, relationship and information signaling that scale from microbiology to gross anatomy to the therapeutic relationship.
  3. Integrative Model of Anatomy and Physiology
  4. Basic Science Conceptual Gap
  5. Educational life cycle

 

PBSSH Integrative Physiology

Link Here: Conceptual Model Comments

 
 

Artwork to Support the Conceptual Model: Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience.

 

Link Here: Artwork to Support the Conceptual Model Of Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience

 

 

Art is a partner to express the dynamics of the Conceptual Model: Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience.

Every textual element in the conceptual model can have a complimentary artistic representation to engage and inspire, and to invite insight, meaning and action.

 

As a contribution, these three art pieces visually express elements of the nucleus of the Conceptual Model:

  1. Patient well-being
  2. Clinician–patient relationship
  3. Clinician well-being

These three pieces artistically express case studies, and existing research, of crucial steps in clinician and patient recovery from burnout, stress, trauma and illness.

  1. Inner Awareness of psycho-physiology.
  2. Generation of an internal, Deep Resilience signal.
  3. Switching from the physiology of stress and separation to the physiology of caring relationships – The Oxytocin-Vasopressin Stress-Resilience Switch.

 

    inner awareness march27
2 Lappin Deep Resilience copy    3 Lappin Oxytocin                         

 

Link Here: Artwork to Support the Conceptual Model Of Factors Affecting Clinician Well-Being and Resilience 
 
 
 

Healthcare Design: Art + Science + Integrative Physiology

Healthcare Design2

The arts and humanities have always been partners with the sciences.  The arts and humanities can

  1. i. Inspire processes for design and system thinking
  2. ii. Help perceive human systems
  • iii. Express the human condition, well-being and resilience that engage audiences in way that works, text and symbols can not.
  1. iv. Engage audiences
  2. v. Enhance creative participatory processes
  3. vi. Enhance educational curriculum to cultivate skills for resilience and well-being. By expressing

 

Basis for this Commentary

  1. Stress-resilience case studies of front-line healthcare clinicians, and stress and illness patients.
  2. Independent scholarship in the history of arts and humanities.
  3. Training in commercial design field.
  4. A pioneering, artistic leap of a patient with a complex, chronic illness.