Physicians experience higher rates of burnout than the general population, which impacts their ability to provide optimal medical care. The critical care societies issued a call for action this year to address burnout in healthcare professionals. I will review the scope of the problem, discuss measurement of burnout, and how to develop a program to help combat this growing problem. Learning objectives: 1. Define burnout, how to measure it, and why it is important 2. Review the current literature about burnout interventions 3. Use a framework to identify gaps and brainstorm well-being interventions at the individual and programmatic levels that meet your program’s unique needs. Tricia James, MD Internal Medicine Faculty Providence Portland Medical Center