In our last blog posts, we examined clinical burnout and its negative effects on turnover within the healthcare industry. According to a cross-sectional study derived from the National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses (NSSRN) 2008, the reasons why nurses and other clinicians suffer from burnout or leave the clinical sphere include two variables that canContinue reading “Workplace Culture and Clinical Burnout”
According to a study published earlier this year on Nursing Outlook, Kelly, Gee, and Butler (2020) found that clinician burnout is characterized by three classic symptoms: exhaustion, cynicism, and reduced personal accomplishment. It seems as though much of the nursing labor force is affected by clinician burnout. In another recent study published this year onContinue reading “You Don’t Have to Leave Healthcare if you’re Experiencing Nurse Burnout.”
While the phrase “nurse burnout” has been passed around among close-knit circles and family members of nurses, the broader terminology is “clinician burnout,” which encompasses other health and human service workers. Even though the phrase has become a colloquial staple in the nursing field, there is extensive research behind the severity and profound effects ofContinue reading “Clinical Burnout: Just a feeling or a scientifically measured phenomenon?”
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