Replay: How To Move Through Feelings of Guilt as a Healthcare Provider to Protect Yourself Against Burnout
Originally released Aug 10 2021; Have you ever experienced guilt as a healthcare provider? Whether it’s unwarranted guilt you put on yourself, or guilt that others put on you, it is an issue that is continuing to rise in the industry and leading to burnout in healthcare providers.
In this solo episode, I’ll be talking about my experience with healthcare provider guilt, and the impact it’s having on the industry according to a recent article I discovered. I share strategies on how to overcome the feeling of healthcare provider guilt, and questions you need to be asking yourself through the process.
Listen in to learn:
- How healthcare provider guilt is leading to burnout in the industry
- The impacts guilt has on individuals including mental health issues
- How you can work to move through the feeling of guilt
- What questions you need to ask yourself to understand where this guilt is coming from
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