Limeade launched the Caregiver Burnout Consortium to bring together healthcare organizations to discuss research on burnout, learn how organizations are addressing this important topic and explore future actions to prevent and reduce burnout and improve well-being.

Caregivers are at a greater risk for burnout because they tend to put the patient and their family members first, often at the cost of their own self-care.  

At Limeade, we’ve been studying caregiver burnout and pinpointed that burnout happens when someone is engaged, but has low well-being. We think of it as the intersection of feeling engaged and mission driven, but feeling stressed and under-supported. This can lead to exhaustion, cynicism and ultimately ineffective healthcare and inferior patient care. 

We're gathering a group of large healthcare companies into a consortium to:
  • Discuss burnout research
  • Learn about a broader cultural approach
  • Share best practices


Join us on Friday, December 14th from 9-10 a.m. PT for the third quarterly meeting of the consortium to: 

  • Hear the latest Limeade Institute research on the stages of burnout
  • Learn tips for burnout prevention and fostering recovery 
  • Participate in Q&A
Who this is for: HR professionals working in the healthcare space who want to continue to evolve their strategy to improve caregiver burnout and share best practices with other healthcare leaders. 



Laura Hamill-1.jpgOur facilitator, Dr. Laura Hamill, Limeade Chief People Officer and Chief Science Officer has spent more than 25 years working with some of the world's biggest companies to successfully implement employee engagement, measurement and research strategies.