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Burned Out Fellow 1h
Replying to @SMHcriticalcare @SCCM
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SMH Critical Care 3h
Planning my day tomorrow at . Disappointed that and are running concurrently. Will have to catch one . Thank goodness for that option
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Eddy Joe Feb 25
Before we , can we focus on stopping ICU freezeout in this conference? Brrrrrr! ❄️☃️
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Kelly Cawcutt MD MS Oct 25
safety & quality are also heavily impacted by the high rates of , which negatively impacts care, behavior & even carries increased risks of HAIs & HACs. This is a broad healthcare issue, but we do need to
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Frantz Feb 25
Stopping burnout when the administration fails to support you with adequate staffing is doomed to fail
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ICU Management Jul 12
With Marc Moss (reaches for headphones...)
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MeadowNP Feb 25
Safety in the ICU...locked units? security? How do we stay safe at work when we have an active threat?
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Intensivist Feb 25
Surprised To see such a huge audience. It tells a lot!
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MeadowNP Feb 25
Finally taking Burnout out of the closet and into the spotlight! It’s about time....
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Lakshman Swamy Feb 25
The most important reason that burnout matters is that it absolutely impacts the patient, as described so clearly by
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Intensivist Feb 25
I was burning out,and I didn’t know! Interesting perspective.
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Lakshman Swamy Feb 25
As I’ve learned from , we must be cautious w wellness metrics. must be designed by clinicians locally & interpreted w judgment by clinicians. Otherwise we get another checkbox to add to the burden of non-clinical scut.
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Abdalmohsen Ababtain Feb 25
Starting my ICU fellowship with to take care of myself
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CHEST 18 Jan 18
.'s annual lifestyle survey asks physicians they have experienced burnout, depression, or both and how these factors affect their professional and private lives.
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Adrian Wong May 21
A chief wellness officer....
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American Thoracic 1 Dec 17
Critical Care Societies Collaborative (CCSC) is hosting a National Summit on Prevention and Management of Burnout in the ICU today. Follow updates from the Burnout Summit at
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Erin Barreto Jan 14
Completely agree in a consistent standard of care, yet sometimes isn’t the tradeoff worse QOL and burnout among staff re: these schedules/hours, which too contribute to downstream patient consequences?
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MeadowNP Feb 25
Contagion: one BURNED OUT apple can ruin the bunch. We need to all have empathy for our colleagues and raise them up to improve our unit morale, therefore decreasing further spread of the Burnout.
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SCCM Jan 11
"Evidence indicates that physician burnout, characterized by exhaustion and cynicism, is associated with medical errors."
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NurseNoodles 1 Dec 17
Thanks for all the hard work you do for with and
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