These MedBridge Education courses are continuing education courses for nurses and physical, occupational, and speech therapists. ✨
Burnout has become a hot topic in today’s workplace; however, this phenomenon has been researched for several decades and presents as an ongoing challenge in our modern work world. Beyond the buzz, burnout carries significant consequences for individuals, teams, and organizations.
These introductory courses provides health care professionals across all settings with essential information about burnout to enhance work well-being and work-life satisfaction.
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In this introductory course, you'll learn how to enhance work well-being and work-life satisfaction, how burnout develops, the root causes of burnout, and the personal and professional outcomes associated with burnout, including the impact on patient safety and satisfaction.
In this introductory course, you'll learn how to address the root causes of burnout, including communication strategies to reduce work conflict, six core factors that contribute to burnout in the workplace and strategies to address those challenges, the power of leadership and organizational energy, and how to advocate for changes within your health care organization.
In this introductory course, you'll learn about evidence-based person- and work-level interventions to prevent, manage, and treat the root causes and symptoms of burnout and how to implement these practices geared toward enhancing personal psychological resources. Such interventions will foster a greater sense of well-being and work-life satisfaction and reduce the symptoms associated with burnout that carry destructive consequences for patients, teams, and organizations.
Erika del Pozo, MOT, OTR/L is the founder of Joy Energy Time and host of the Burnt Out to Lit Up Podcast. She is currently involved in research with Colorado State University examining burnout in healthcare. Erika is working on her first book (yippee!) on holistic and multi-level approaches to tackle burnout.