Preventing Burnout and Building Engagement in the Healthcare Workplace, Second Edition

9781640553699

Preventing Burnout and Building Engagement in the Healthcare Workplace, Second Edition

  • ISBN 13:

    9781640553699

  • ISBN 10:

    164055369X

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 01/22/2023
  • Publisher: ACHE Management Series

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Summary

Healthcare workers have been experiencing the ripple effects of increasing strain, staffing shortages, and anxiety since early 2020. Undoubtedly, stress and burnout are having substantial systemic, financial, and human impact on healthcare organizations. Preventing Burnout and Building Engagement in the Healthcare Workplace addresses these concerns and offers ways to foster your employees’ engagement in their work. The book describes how to identify common underlying stressors that lead to employee burnout, tactics for shifting the attention away from individuals and toward improving the stressful environment in which they work, and techniques for evaluating interventions. Healthcare leaders can use this practical guide to help their staff recover from burnout and regain a sense of passion for their work. This new edition comes at a time when the pandemic has worsened the most severe strain drivers in healthcare organizations while also bringing a slew of new stressors. The author distills lessons learned from both research and personal experience to help healthcare leaders prepare for the next disruption.

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