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Why Healthcare Providers are Prone to Burnout Right Now

October 5, 2020 Join me over a glass of water as I chat with you about why healthcare providers are more prone to burnout... 1) Putting others' needs before our…
October 5, 2020

Why Healthcare Providers are Prone to Burnout Right Now

October 5, 2020

Join me over a glass of water as I chat with you about why healthcare providers are more prone to burnout…

1) Putting others’ needs before our own.

2) Inconsistent scheduling and long hours/days worked, leading to less or inconsistent rest.

3) Lack of Autonomy.

4) Fear of embarrassment or failure if you were to become burned out.

5) Emotional empathy > cognitive empathy.

6) Learning curve of electronic health documentation.

 

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