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In honor of National Suicide Prevention Week, we wanted to remind healthcare travelers that your mental health is important. The mental health impact of COVID-19 on healthcare workers is serious, and it’s totally understandable how the last few years of fighting on the frontlines of the pandemic has led to stress and burnout. Check out these 10 tips for taking care of your mental health as a healthcare professional.
In a healthcare era where speed to market is vital and the staffing shortage is imminent, the burden on healthcare recruiters is heavy. Between the Great Resignation, COVID-19 pandemic, and healthcare jobs on the rise, 61 percent of recruiters have reported an increase in stress at work. Here’s why recruiter burnout poses a threat to healthcare staffing needs and how to prevent it. How is the Great Resignation affecting recruiters? What is burnout? 5 ways to prevent recruiter burnout
Healthcare burnout is like the poisoned apple of the healthcare industry. It seeps into your personal and professional life and leaves you feeling mentally, emotionally, and physically depleted. According to Healthline, burnout is a state of “mental and physical exhaustion that can zap the joy out of your career, friendships, and family interactions.”