Mayo Clinic Strategies To Reduce Burnout
|Publisher||Oxford University Press, USA|
|Release Date||11 April 2021|
|Rating||4/5 from 21 reviews|
"In this book, we tell the story of burnout of health care professionals. Many believe burnout to be the result of individual weakness when, in fact, burnout is primarily the result of health care systems that take emotionally healthy, altruistic people and methodically squeeze the vitality and passion out of them. Burned-out professionals are exhausted, jaded, demoralized, and isolated, and they have lost their sense of meaning and purpose. Frequently, these individuals are shamed and blamed by leaders who suggest they should sleep longer, meditate, and become more resilient even as they expect them to work harder, see more patients, embrace rapidly changing technology, stay abreast of new medical advances, and provide quality health care"--Provided by publisher.