Let’s talk about burnout
It’s easy to believe the decline of COVID-19 will be treated as a cure-all for caregiver burnout. After all, long shifts, scarce resources, and mortalities among the ranks have contributed to the most distressing period of many health workers’ careers. However, burnout had become a critical issue even before the pandemic, and research shows that over the next three years, 70% of healthcare professionals believe caregiver burnout will worsen. Healthcare organizations can’t afford to wait and see. But there is good news.
This quarter’s infogram from the NRC Health Workforce Engagement Team reveals a great deal about the effectiveness of different types of intervention strategies. Access it for a concise look at the various intervention categories and what might work for your organization.