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Burnout in Healthcare: A Guide to Addressing the Epidemic

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A must-read for every medical professional, healthcare consumer, and patient advocate.Burnout among medical professionals has reached epidemic proportions. Much of this distress can be attributed to the pile-on of duties and responsibilities healthcare workers face, including an increasing workload, complex quality measures, and expanding policy stipulations—on top of prov ...more
Kindle Edition, 87 pages
Published July 25th 2019
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Johanna Russell
Sep 09, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
An essential book for any healthcare professional to manage one of the most common phenomenas of the care environment. It clearly defines and offers practical solutions to burn out, and preventative measures to put into place. I thought it was worded well, and not at all patronising as some solution presenting books can be. The descriptions of burn out and people at risk of burn out were much more recognisable in reality than any I'd read before.
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Rajeev Kurapati practices Hospital Medicine. He is the author of "Unbound Intelligence" and "Physician: How Science Transformed the Art of Medicine." He draws insights from scientific knowledge and spiritual wisdom around the world to provide practical solutions to life’s most common problems.

His articles pertaining to medicine, culture, and lifestyle have been published in Slate Magazine, Cincin