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New Burnout Survey Being Conducted by Dan Ward

New Burnout Survey Being Conducted by Dan Ward

| July 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

My friend, Bill Brenner has noted over on the OCD Diaries that Dan Ward is exploring the possibility of conducting a new round of surveys based on the Maslach Burnout Inventory and the Areas of Worklife survey.  If you are interested in participating, follow the links above for more information, or send an email directly [...]

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Burn out clinic opens for business

Burn out clinic opens for business

| September 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

By:  Austrian Times A new clinic in the Hollenburg district of Krems has opened up specifically to deal with people suffering from burnout. Patients will be taken from all over the country who are suffering from the effects of stress. Managers at the new project say that the fact there is an urgent need for [...]

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Heading for burnout?

Heading for burnout?

| September 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

Original Source:  http://www.dailypioneer.com/avenues/95405-heading-for-burnout-.html   A survey by Regus,  provider of flexible workplace, shows that over 16,000 professionals across 80 countries have declared that they are more stressed with the disruptive office pressure and working environment.   Madhusudan Thakur tells you how you can make your workplace friendlier and healthier by providing freedom of working hours According to [...]

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Feeling The Burn(Out)

Feeling The Burn(Out)

| September 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

By:  MICHAEL WASILEWSKI AND ALTHEA OLSON Unchecked, this type of “professional depression” can not only affect you at work, but in all areas of your life. Fighting burnout is a critical survival skill for a police officer that is often overlooked. Seven days underpaid, gotta give it up; Got no time for this life that I’m livin’ [...]

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Marissa Mayer: Why Work Burnout Is About Resentment

Marissa Mayer: Why Work Burnout Is About Resentment

| September 17, 2012 | 3 Comments

By: Jessica Stillman, INC Ambitious business owners face a delicate balancing act. You want your team (and yourself) to work as hard as possible, but you want to avoid the serious long-term decline in productivity and employee turnover that burnout brings. How hard should you push? What measures should you take to prevent getting burned [...]

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Burnout rates among physicians high, according to new survey

Burnout rates among physicians high, according to new survey

| September 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Maiken Scott Doctors are experiencing burnout at higher rates than other professionals – according to new research published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. Researchers surveyed 7,288 physicians nationwide and found that 45.8% reported experiencing at least one symptom of serious burnout, such as emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and a low sense of personal accomplishment. Study author Tait [...]

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Physician Burnout: The Four Horsemen of the Burnout Apocalypse

Physician Burnout: The Four Horsemen of the Burnout Apocalypse

| September 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

By: Dike Drummond Physician Burnout is a constant, prevalent, looming threat over doctors everywhere. Over the last 20 years surveys have shown an average of 1 in 3 doctors suffering from physician burnout on any given office day – worldwide, regardless of specialty. The question is why? Yes, the nature of our work is difficult, stressful and [...]

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Job stress burnout can lead to heart attacks

Job stress burnout can lead to heart attacks

| September 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

A latest report suggests that job stress burnout can lead to heart attacks. Stressful job is very dangerous to a man or woman’s health and increases the risk of heart attack at an early age. London, (IANS) Being bossed around in a stressful job raises chances of a heart attack by 25 percent, warn researchers. [...]

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70 per cent of mental health professionals in WA burning out

70 per cent of mental health professionals in WA burning out

| September 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

AN ECU psychology researcher has found up to 70 per cent of WA Mental Health professionals are burning out during their career. PhD student Marieke Ledingham is investigating the prevalence, symptoms and causes of burnout in WA mental health professionals. She surveyed 56 professionals in the field of which around 70 per cent said they had [...]

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Burnout! When Giving and Receiving Are Out of Balance

Burnout! When Giving and Receiving Are Out of Balance

| September 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Amanda Owen Before I sold my house and belongings and drove from Philadelphia to Phoenix, leaving my old life behind in the rearview mirror, I was a workaholic. Because I loved my job, I never saw the amount of hours I invested as a detriment…although others certainly did. But that all changed during the four [...]

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