Liselotte Dyrbye, MD, MHPE

Well-Being Index Co-Developer

About Liselotte

Dr. Liselotte Dyrbye is Professor of Medicine and Medical Education, Division of Community Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, Co-Director of Mayo Clinic’s Department of Medicine Physician Well-Being Program, and Co-Developer of the Well-Being Index. She has conducted numerous national and multi-institutional studies, conducted randomized clinical trials of possible solutions, and is an innovator and thought leader in well-being.

Her research has translated to meaningful changes for health care providers, including clinician well-being now being on the scorecard for organizational leaders and state medical licensing boards modifying their questions about physicians’ mental health. Dr. Dyrbye’s work was the impetus for the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience where she serves on the research subcommittee (2017-present).

She has received 11 competitive research grants to support her work, is frequently invited to give presentations both nationally and internationally and has authored over 130 journal articles, abstracts, and other written publications related to physician well-being. Her research on well-being in medical students, residents, and physicians contributes to increased well-being for health care providers and better patient outcomes.