Faculty Associate Program



About the Faculty Associate Program

The Office of Well-Being identified priority areas that focus on common influencers of burnout and well-being. Faculty associates are appointed to take a deep dive into one of these six domains to find scalable solutions with an anticipated long-term impact at Michigan Medicine that will improve the well-being of faculty, staff, and/or learners.

Dr.  Helen Kang Morgan presents at Grand Rounds on the topic of burnout

Read about the role Faculty Associates have in identifying and providing recommendations and solutions
for Michigan Medicine to increase workforce well-being and reduce burnout!

Reduce Burnout.  Let's Build a Better Workforce - A Minute with Marschall

Cycle 2 Faculty Associates Research & Progress

Margit Burmeister, PhD | Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics | Administrative Burden  in the Research Setting

Brigid Gregg, MD | Pediatrics | Administrative Burden in the Clinical Setting

Coming soon

Deeba Minhas, MD | Internal Medicine | EHR Burden

Coming soon

Kelly Paradis, PhD | Medical Physics | Caregiver Support

Coming soon

Cycle 1 Faculty Associates Research & Progress

Anita Amin, MD | Internal Medicine | Email Burden

Updated March 2023

Kris Chrouser, MD, MPH | Urology | Job Demands and Resources

Updated March 2023

Helen Morgan, MD | Obstetrics and Gynecology | Caregiving Support

Updated March 2023

Gurjit Sandhu, PhD | Department of Surgery and Department of Learning Health Sciences | Psychological Safety

Updated March 2023

Michael Brenner, MD | Otolaryngology | Vacation Utilization
Amy Zhang, MD | Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences | Vacation Utilization

Updated March 2023