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Chihuahuan Frontiersman Feb 25
Intensivists are one the least happy and most burned out specialty- time to act now
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CHEST 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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Abdalmohsen Ababtain Feb 25
Starting my ICU fellowship with to take care of myself
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Jessica Bunin Feb 25
Healthy work environment: authentic leadership, meaningful recognition, effective decision making, real collaboration, skilled communication, appropriate staffing. Yes, please!!!
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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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VCU Dept of Surgery Dec 1
A real concern - part of compassionate mentoring
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Dina Khateeb Oct 8
Replying to @dina_khateebDO
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CVCSCCM Feb 25
Wonderful to see the collaboration among critical care societies all recognizing the impact and importance of and working together to produce meaningful strategies.
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Dina Khateeb Oct 8
Replying to @dina_khateebDO
Again docs are at highest risk for .
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Erika L Setliff Feb 25
The call to action to mitigate is on each of us as we engage at personal, peer-to-peer, and system levels to promote health and resiliency.
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American Thoracic Dec 1
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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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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cindy munro Feb 25
session at SCCM. Leadoff speaker is AACN President Christine Schulman.
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Lakshman Swamy Feb 25
Important clinician opportunities to
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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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Rema Javed Malik Feb 25
“Mission, Vision, and Values” must align- applicable to all specialties!
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Jennifer Serfin Feb 25
So happy to see burnout being addressed at . Very important topic for all healthcare professionals .
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Markita Suttle Feb 25
Love the comparison of burnout to other life threatening illnesses like cancer. “Burnout is killing people.”
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annekegyles Jun 11
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Erika L Setliff Feb 25
Great comment and discussion related to and how safe workplace (including physical safety) should be addressed in parallel. is important piece of the conversation.
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