National Plan for Health Workforce Well-being

The capacity and well-being of the U.S. health workforce has been under threat for years by an epidemic of burnout, and the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated this systems issue. Now more nurses, physicians, and state and local public health department employees than ever are considering leaving their professions.

Health Center Workforce Well-being Survey Dashboard

The Health Center Workforce Well-being Survey provides baseline data on workforce well-being, job satisfaction, and burnout of health workers across HRSA supported health centers nationally. This validated web-based survey was conducted from November 2022 – January 2023 to approximately 50 percent of health centers and examines drivers and outcomes measures of workforce well-being that include job satisfaction, engagement, burnout, and intention to stay. Survey data will support workforce well-being improvement strategies at health centers and will inform future technical assistance and other HRSA programs aimed at supporting a thriving health care workforce.

QUICK FINDS: WORKFORCE

Introduction. Use this page to quickly find all resources from the Clearinghouse database on Workforce.