Burnout in healthcare professionals not only impacts individuals but also endangers patient care.
“More than half of health workers report symptoms of burnout, and many are contending with insomnia, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, or other mental health challenges,” according to the New England Journal of Medicine.
On September 21st, CEO Tonya Ladipo, LCSW, facilitated the “Addressing Burnout in Healthcare Professionals” session for The Ladipo Group’s 2023 Healthcare Symposium.
In the virtual session, Tonya discusses the risks of not addressing burnout and actionable strategies to minimize it.
Watch the session from The Ladipo Group’s 2023 Healthcare Symposium:
Resources to Prevent Burnout in Healthcare Professionals
- Xhalr – customizable breathing exercises
- Dr. Vivek Murthy interview on burnout
- Burnout in Healthcare Workers: Prevalence, Impact and Preventative Strategies
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The Ladipo Group was founded to increase access to Black therapists in Philadelphia and decrease the stigma of mental health treatment. With our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion consulting, we collaborate with national and international organizations and institutions to create equitable spaces