Burnout

E-records a grind for many doctors

(HealthDay)—The large amount of time spent on electronic health records and other clerical duties may contribute to doctor burnout, a new study suggests.

Sep 06, 2016
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Burning out in the ICU

A new report on burnout syndrome in critical care health care professionals gives key stakeholders guidance on mitigating the development of burnout syndrome and calls for initiating research to examine ways to prevent as ...

Jul 07, 2016
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After-hours work email no friend of the family

(HealthDay)—Picture this: It's Saturday morning. You're in the bleachers watching your kid play soccer. But, instead of enjoying the game, you're bracing for a barrage of emails from the boss, because that's her style.

Aug 10, 2016
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VA appealing to physicians to join agency

(HealthDay)—The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is appealing to physicians to join the agency as part of its recovery from a 2014 scandal linked to excessive wait times, according to a report published by the American ...

Jul 11, 2016
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Job burnout can severely compromise heart health

Americans work longer hours, take fewer vacation days, and retire later than employees in other industrialized countries around the globe. With such demanding careers, it's no surprise that many experience job burnout—physical, ...

Mar 12, 2013
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