Yıl: 2024 Cilt: 52 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 54 - 59 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565 İndeks Tarihi: 11-06-2024

Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists

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Professional burnout syndrome (PBS) is an issue affecting individuals and organizations alike, characterized by emotional exhaustion and reduced effectiveness resulting from overwhelming work demands. Root causes include excessive workload, unrealistic expectations, and blurred work-life boundaries, which are often intensified by organizational culture and inadequate support systems. The consequences range from decreased productivity and creativity to high turnover rates and financial strain on organizations. Mitigating PBS requires a comprehensive approach that addresses both individual and organizational levels. Individually, stress management techniques and self-care practices are crucial for building resilience and coping with work-related stressors. Organizations play a vital role in promoting employee well- being by fostering a supportive work environment, promoting work-life balance and providing access to support systems such as counseling and mentorship programs. Leadership is key in creating a culture that values employee health and prioritizes open communication and empathy. Policy interventions can further support efforts to combat PBS by enforcing labor laws that protect employee rights, such as setting limits on working hours and ensuring access to mental health services. Additionally, incentivise organizations to prioritize employee well-being through tax incentives or certification programs can encourage proactive measures against burnout. The aim of this review is to provide a comprehensive exploration of PBS, examining its causes, consequences, and potential mitigation strategies in individuals and organizations, with a focus on anaesthesiology
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APA Berger-Estilita J, Salvisberg D, Köselerli E, Haupt S, Meco B (2024). Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists. , 54 - 59. 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
Chicago Berger-Estilita Joana,Salvisberg Dominic Lucas,Köselerli Ekin,Haupt Stefan,Meco Basak Ceyda Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists. (2024): 54 - 59. 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
MLA Berger-Estilita Joana,Salvisberg Dominic Lucas,Köselerli Ekin,Haupt Stefan,Meco Basak Ceyda Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists. , 2024, ss.54 - 59. 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
AMA Berger-Estilita J,Salvisberg D,Köselerli E,Haupt S,Meco B Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists. . 2024; 54 - 59. 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
Vancouver Berger-Estilita J,Salvisberg D,Köselerli E,Haupt S,Meco B Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists. . 2024; 54 - 59. 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
IEEE Berger-Estilita J,Salvisberg D,Köselerli E,Haupt S,Meco B "Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists." , ss.54 - 59, 2024. 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
ISNAD Berger-Estilita, Joana vd. "Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists". (2024), 54-59. https://doi.org/10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
APA Berger-Estilita J, Salvisberg D, Köselerli E, Haupt S, Meco B (2024). Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists. Turkish Journal of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation, 52(2), 54 - 59. 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
Chicago Berger-Estilita Joana,Salvisberg Dominic Lucas,Köselerli Ekin,Haupt Stefan,Meco Basak Ceyda Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists. Turkish Journal of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation 52, no.2 (2024): 54 - 59. 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
MLA Berger-Estilita Joana,Salvisberg Dominic Lucas,Köselerli Ekin,Haupt Stefan,Meco Basak Ceyda Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists. Turkish Journal of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation, vol.52, no.2, 2024, ss.54 - 59. 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
AMA Berger-Estilita J,Salvisberg D,Köselerli E,Haupt S,Meco B Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists. Turkish Journal of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation. 2024; 52(2): 54 - 59. 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
Vancouver Berger-Estilita J,Salvisberg D,Köselerli E,Haupt S,Meco B Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists. Turkish Journal of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation. 2024; 52(2): 54 - 59. 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
IEEE Berger-Estilita J,Salvisberg D,Köselerli E,Haupt S,Meco B "Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists." Turkish Journal of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation, 52, ss.54 - 59, 2024. 10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565
ISNAD Berger-Estilita, Joana vd. "Impact of Burnout on Anaesthesiologists". Turkish Journal of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation 52/2 (2024), 54-59. https://doi.org/10.4274/TJAR.2024.241565