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The previous post noted the important role of community for people who showed dramatic improvements in burnout from one year to the next. It ended with a question: But if they got along so well with their colleagues, why were … Continue reading

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When conducting an analysis of data from hospital surveys a few years ago, I noticed that there were 10 people who had made huge improvements on exhaustion and cynicism, the core elements of burnout. They had improved by 3 points … Continue reading

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