Use best practices to prevent burnout & promote well-being
Burnout is on the rise among advanced practice providers, pharmacy professionals, physicians, nurses, residents/fellows, medical students, and general healthcare employees.*
Use this quick reference toolkit to discover the top sources of burnout for individuals and organizations and implement research-based strategies to manage burnout and promote well-being.
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*Mayo Clinic (2022). State of Well-being: A comprehensive report on the state of well-being among healthcare workers in 2021.
This quick reference toolkit includes:
The Top 5 Causes of Burnout for Individuals
Workplace burnout is usually the result of two factors: individual stress and workplace stress. We first look at common stressors and how to manage them effectively.
The Top 8 Causes of Burnout for Organizations
Researchers have identified the workplace stressors most likely to fuel burnout.* Do you know what they are and what to do about them?
28 Strategies to Defuse Burnout for Organizations
Ready to discover how to re-engage your healthcare staff and make sustainable changes to promote well-being? Our research-based strategies are a great place to start!
About the Author
Pamela Coburn-Litvak PhD ACC HLC
Pam draws upon 25 years of research and teaching the effects of stress on mental health to help organizations prevent burnout and promote a culture of well-being.
Pam earned a PhD in Neurobiology and Behavior from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Her research has been published in the peer-reviewed journals Neuroscience and Neurobiology of Learning and Behavior. She is a certified executive coach through the International Coaching Federation and holds a specialty certification in healthcare leadership coaching through the Center for Executive Coaching.