Clinician Well-Being & Resilience
A Focus on Burnout, Resilience, and Suicide With the National Academy of Medicine
Sunny works with the steering committee of the National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being & Resilience to pioneer new models, approaches, perspectives, and collective action with health leadership. The goal is to reduce the level of burnout among America’s health workforce, which includes advocating for chief wellness officers. Previously, he has worked with leading voices in public and global health, including former directors of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, to position the university community as a vehicle for global health problem-solving and wide social impact. His work at Weill Cornell led to the institution's first global health curriculum and the Institute of Medicine, a proposed new social contract for all health professionals.
Sunny has helped coordinate new voices from trainees, faculty, and practitioners to help break the culture of silence on burnout, loneliness, and suicide
Sunny coordinates publications and written products for the Action Collaborative