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Why Women Are Burning Out in Healthcare & How We Can Change This

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Why Women Are Burning Out in Healthcare & How We Can Change This

Have you ever noticed more women burning out in the workplace compared to men?  Whether you’ve experienced burnout personally or you’ve witnessed others facing burnout, it has many rippling effects…
December 14, 2021

Why Women Are Burning Out in Healthcare & How We Can Change This

Have you ever noticed more women burning out in the workplace compared to men? 

Whether you’ve experienced burnout personally or you’ve witnessed others facing burnout, it has many rippling effects and is affecting more women than men in healthcare. In this week’s episode of the Healthcare Provider Happy Hour, I will be discussing an article featured in the Greater Good titled; Why Are So Many Female Doctors Burning Out? I share key statistics on women & burnout, the gender gap in healthcare, discrimination in the workplace, how to change this culture, and much more.  

 

Listen to the full episode to learn:

  • What burnout really is and what signs to watch for 
  • Why women seem to be burning out more than men in healthcare
  • Discrimination in the workplace and the gender gap
  • How we can work to change this culture and prevent women from burning out

 

Grab your drink of choice and join the conversation!

 

 

 

 

 

Resources

Greater Good Article: https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/why_are_so_many_female_doctors_burning_out 

 

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