Assessing and addressing practitioner burnout: Results from an advanced practice registered nurse health and well-being study.

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Summary of "Assessing and addressing practitioner burnout: Results from an advanced practice registered nurse health and well-being study."

Numerous nursing and physician studies have reported the effects of workload, environment, and life circumstances contributing to burnout. Effects may include job dissatisfaction, poor quality of life, and associated negative patient outcomes. Although assessing clinician burnout to determine effective interventions has become a topic of great importance, there are minimal studies specific to advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs).


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Name: Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners
ISSN: 2327-6924


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