Combating Burnout in Frontline Workers: The clinical case for resilience training

Healthcare delivery is inherently complex, unpredictable, and challenging. Set against the backdrop of a global pandemic, those pain points become exacerbated. On a daily basis, clinician teams and administrators are faced with multifaceted responsibilities and demands for time, attention and compassion that can lead to stress, fatigue and burnout. Contact with ailing patients and their relatives creates further complexities, potentially impacting psychological and physical health, quality of life and performance.

To read the full article, authored by Pennie Sempell, JD, and James Monroe, PhD, visit Physicians Practice.