Burnout is a problem that takes its toll on health care practitioners and organizations, as well as the patients they serve. People and health care organizations both have a role to play in preventing burnout. However, increasing research suggests that burnout interventions targeted at the organizational level may be more effective than interventions targeted at individual well-being and resilience. Thus, the mental health practitioner who is well-versed in organizational consultation models of addressing burnout may be best positioned to assist leadership at these institutions.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Psychiatry and Mental health