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Burnout is most commonly defined as a combination of what 3 factors as a result of persistent stressors:
Burnout often results in increased withdrawal from work and increased used of sick days.
According to the literature, having a good mentor is one way to potentially reduce your risk of burnout and improve your transition to the work field.
Four broad extrinsic factors that contribute to job stress and increased risk for burnout in the literature are:
Two broad intrinsic qualities that can be learned and practiced overtime to protect yourself from burnout mentioned in the literature are:
Awareness and advocacy efforts for burnout prevention and wellness promotion should be targeted toward:
Effective collaboration and communication can contribute to increased job satisfaction and lower one’s risk for burnout.
The primary goal of mindfulness practices are to make you feel better and more relaxed immediately after engaging in them.
The Professional Quality of Life Index (Pro-QOL) is an example of an objective, mindful/reflective practice tool that can help you gauge your risk for burnout over time.
The themes found in the literature that assist with strengthening our intrinsic ability to manage job stress and promote wellness in the workplace are: