Flexibility second only to higher pay as top desire in new healthcare burnout report … NIH to invest an additional $515M for long COVID research … About half of healthcare workers witnessed racism,...
Caregiver burnout not harming patient care, study shows
Jan 05, 2024
With care worker weariness impossible to ignore in the long-term care sector, researchers have increasingly tried to learn whether burnout has led to lower care quality in nursing homes.
Clinical briefs for Tuesday, Oct. 10
Oct 10, 2023
Long colds may come after non-COVID respiratory infections … Groups team up to help healthcare workers grasp atypical parkinsonism … Studies spotlight doctor violence, burnout … Study: Medical cannabis...
Exercise improved healthcare worker burnout, attendance during pandemic, study finds
Aug 11, 2023
Physical fitness helped healthcare workers experiencing depression, burnout and facing sick days during the pandemic, and it could be a useful tool for the future. But people have to stick with the exercise...
These stress management moves can help nurses cope much longer
Jul 10, 2023
Interventions aimed at reducing work-related stress for nurses may lead to improvements in how people cope with stress up to a year later, according to Dutch researchers.
Healthcare burnout may not be what you think
Jean Wendland Porter
Mar 07, 2023
The New York Times recently published an op-ed about how healthcare workers are “burned out” from multiple factors, including decreased staffing, pandemic challenges and increased regulatory oversight....
Burnout epidemic sparks plan to boost HC worker well-being
Dec 05, 2022
Creating a culture of well-being and providing mental healthcare for nursing home staff is a powerful tool for not only helping residents but attracting and retaining employees, a National Academy report...
Also in the News for Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022
Nov 15, 2022
Healthcare only 1 of 6 sectors to have fewer respiratory illnesses in 2021: BLS report … Long-term care residents with dementia showed more depression symptoms during COVID, study says… New York City...
Study isolates nursing home leaders’ unique COVID-era stressors
Nov 10, 2022
Excessive feelings of guilt, extra infection control precautions, unprecedented long work hours and personal healthcare sacrifices were common among nursing home leaders during the height of the pandemic,...
Study aims to blunt staff burnout, make emotional well-being essential for staff health, resident care,...
Oct 19, 2022
Creating and continuing a culture of well-being and mental health care for nursing home staff is a powerful tool for not only helping residents but attracting and retaining employees, says the National...