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AHRQ Patient Safety Network: Burnout in Healthcare.

AHRQ Patient Safety Network

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Laschinger H, Montgomery A, eds. Burnout Res. 2014;1:57-102.

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Burnout in Healthcare.

Laschinger H, Montgomery A, eds. Burnout Res. 2014;1:57-102.

Burnout has been linked to depression, work dissatisfaction, and increased rates of adverse events. Articles in this special issue explore health professionals' experiences regarding negative gossip as a risk factor for burnout, tools to assess burnout in health care, and the role of leadership in developing a culture that supports workers' well-being.

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