Medical Resident Burnout is a state of mental and physical exhaustion related to work or caregiving activities. Causes of physician burnout are too much time on specific tasks and not enough time with patients. Ways to help medical residents beat burnout are to provide institutional social support, assess residents.
Physical signs and symptoms of burnout are feeling tired most of the time, tiredness that does not respond to adequate rest, frequent headaches, back pain, muscle aches, change in appetite or sleep habits. Ways to lower burnout are engaging in regular exercise, spending time with family and friends, identifying the things you can and can’t control at work, looking for warning signs of burnout, and getting help when needed.
To conclude, talk to a medical burnout representative soon and find out how to prevent burnout. The benefits are worth the effort.