WERNER VOICE: Burnout


Rochester General Hospital Edition

October 2017

Burnout, defined as “physical or mental collapse caused by overwork or stress,” can happen in almost any profession, but the high-intensity healthcare environment makes clinicians uniquely prone to it. An evidence-based approach to the phenomenon can help prevent and even mitigate its harmful effects on employees and patients.

Bibliography by Rachel Becker, MLIS

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