1. Nursing Burnout and Sleep Deprivation

    Nursing burnout and sleep deprivation go hand in hand. A nurse cannot deliver what she doesn't have inside, and to be in a constant state of burnout and exhaustion is not only detrimental to him/her, it's also incredibly unsafe for patients. Visit https://www.selfcareforhealthcare.com/ to learn ways…Read More

  2. New Chief Wellness Officer May Reduce Physician Burnout

    As healthcare organizations look for ways to reduce physician burnout, some are creating a new C-suite role: Chief Wellness Officer, hoping to achieve not only happier employees but also improved patient experience and outcomes. Physician burnout is at an all-time high. In a recent¬†Medscape survey,…Read More

  3. Patients Get 11 Seconds!

    On average, patients have 11 seconds to explain the reasons for their visit before their physicians¬†interrupt them. Researchers at the University of Florida in Gainesville analyzed the first few minutes of tape recorded consultations between 112 patients and their physicians in various U.S. clinics…Read More