Burnout among Healthcare Professionals is consistently high and doesn’t seem to be decreasing. Between more administrative duties, handling struggles with insurance companies, expectations from hospitals and other organizations, it can be overwhelming and take a provider from being available to give quality service. This can create distress as the Provider feels a disconnect from what they want they want to do and what they are required to do.
I got to see one of Dr. Clark Gaither’s presentations on Physician Burnout last Spring and it was awesome. He is known as “Dr. Burnout” and is so knowledgeable on this topic. Dr. Gaither, is a family physician, is currently the Medical Director of the North Carolina Professionals Health Program and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He is an accomplished author, blogger, speaker, corporate consultant, and personal life coach. Also known as Dr. Burnout, he is an expert in the identification, mitigation, and prevention of physician job-related burnout. He is the author of REIGNITE, a best-selling book about professional job-related burnout.
What We’ll Learn
● What are the hallmarks of job-related burnout including exhaustion, depersonalization and detachment, lack of sense of personal accomplishment
● What are the causes burnout including workplace mismatches between jobs-employees
● The differences between stress and burnout
● What are some unusual signs of burnout people may miss
● Why core values play a factor in burnout
● How burnout can lead to depression
● How healthcare providers can build resilience
● Discover two things healthcare professionals can do to overcome burnout
● What is the Burned out Mindset
The North Carolina Professionals Health Program (NCPHP) – Encouraging the well-being and recovery of medical professionals through compassion, support, accountability, and advocacy.
Our experienced team assists health care providers with substance use disorders, mental health issues, burnout, communication problems and other issues that may affect their ability to deliver optimal care and services to their patients. Our expert evaluation, monitoring, and treatment
referral programs also provide the basis upon which we advocate for participants to their employers, partners, hospitals, insurance panels, and licensing boards.
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