Are you meeting the new ACGME requirements for resident/faculty wellbeing?

The Institute for Physician Integration can help.

Why ACGME says this is important

Residents and faculty have increased risk for burnout and depression when compared to the general population

Self-care and a focus on psychological, emotional, and physical wellbeing are critical in the development of a competent, caring, and resilient physician

Programs have the same responsibility to address wellbeing as they do to evaluate other aspects of resident competence

An innovative approach to improving emotional wellbeing for clinical staff

When the ACGME approved the latest version of the Common Program Requirements, we saw a need to help residencies create a comprehensive emotional wellbeing program for residents and faculty.

  • Address and prevent burnout among clinical staff
  • Cope with stress and depression inherent to the job
  • Assist in emotional wellbeing following adverse effect
  • Enhance the meaning of medicine
  • 24/7 availability
  • Education delivered in group and one-on-one settings
  • Custom app to deliver education and inspiration
  • Surveying to track staff wellbeing
  • Individual self screening tool


In March of 2017, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) approved its latest version of the Common Program Requirements (CPRs) with a renewed emphasis on patient safety and resident and faculty wellbeing. These changes took effect on July 1st, 2017.


Dr. Herdley Paolini is a pioneer in the field of physician wellness, having created a first-of-its-kind integrative physician wellness program designed to fight physician burnout and foster physician wellbeing and leadership development.

613 N. Wymore Rd.
Winter Park, FL 32789
Phone: 407-461-7664

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