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Physical activity may curb health care worker burnout

There is no question that the pandemic has been immensely stressful for health care workers, especially for those on the frontline of patient care. Yet, even before the pandemic, the regular demands of many health care industry ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Burnout rates double for cardiology clinicians amid COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has upended nearly every aspect of everyday life and continues to have devastating effects worldwide. It has also taken a significant toll on cardiovascular clinicians, many of whom provide direct ...

Surgery

Sexist, racial microaggressions prevalent among surgeons

(HealthDay)—Sexist and racial/ethnic microaggressions against female and minority surgeons and anesthesiologists are prevalent and linked to burnout, according to a study published online March 24 in JAMA Surgery.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Resident wellness program lowers burnout risks for urology trainees

With heavy workloads and high professional and personal demands, medical residents in training - and those in urology residency programs—face a high risk of burnout. At one urology department, a wellness program designed ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Global health care worker burnout is high and 'unsustainable'

More than half of all health care workers worldwide are experiencing burnout that, if not addressed, could cause many to leave their fields in favor of less-stressful occupations or choose early retirement. And the COVID-19 ...

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Burnout

Burnout or burn-out may refer to:

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