Could “Choosing Wisely” Help Fight Health Worker Burnout?

November 4, 2022


Read time:

5-15 mins
Presented by Health Lab

Burnout has been an issue plaguing the workforce, but since the onset of the pandemic, many healthcare workers have especially been feeling pressure and becoming more susceptible to burnout. In an effort to mitigate this occurrence, the recommendation of a team of University of Michigan and Dartmouth College experts call for managers overseeing healthcare staff to focus more on asking clinicians to spend their time on the tasks that are most needed and reduce unnecessary or unproven work that contributes to burnout.

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