A 2012 article reported in the Archives of Internal Medicine that 45.8% of physicians surveyed reported having either emotional exhaustion, depersonalization or low personal accomplishment in their work. A Harris Interactive online survey in 2013 revealed that 60 percent of healthcare workers felt burned out on their jobs. The Wealthy Dentist surveyed their readership in 2000 and 81% of dentists reported professional burnout in their careers. Why is this so? What can be done? We will explore these questions in our session.
1. Explore Why we do what we do. 2. Identify the demands of work, life, and ministry and how we nd a balance.
3. Discuss the symptoms of burnout. 4. Identify ways to relieve stress. 5. Challenge attendees to live radically resulting in perpetual joy.
October 24, 2016, 9:30 AM
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