“Burnout” has been identified as a state of fatigue, frustration and stress among healthcare workers caused by excessive demands from work. Symptoms of burnout include:
1. Emotional exhaustion or feeling emotionally tired and drained from work.
2. Detached, negative and aggravated feelings towards patients and colleagues
3. Low self-esteem or no sense of personal accomplishment.
Kwensy200 Inc. Healthcare Staffing in Great Valley Pkwy. Malvern Pennsylvania understands that burnout can be linked to medical issues and behavioral problems such as;
- Kidney and gallbladder problems
- Cardiovascular disorders
- Stomach disorders
- Poor diet and eating habits
- Decreased general efficiency,
- Tardiness and Absenteeism
- Low morale
- Increased impatience and irritation
- Emotional and spiritual depletion
We at Kwensy200 Inc. Healthcare Staffing in Great Valley Pkwy. Malvern Pennsylvania aim to employ interested and qualified applicants for healthcare staffing and ensure employers that our applicants do their best to avoid feeling burnout with work. We understand that working in a healthcare setting can be demanding and stressful, which is why we’ve listed a few tips on how to beat burn-out:
1. Verbalize your feelings and talk about it. Find someone you trust and get your frustrations, fears and problems off your chest. Expressing your emotions will help you get over them and rationalize your feelings. Better yet, share generalized frustrations to your colleagues. Someone is bound to feel the same thing. Just don’t badmouth your boss or patients to them, this may seem unprofessional. Your co-workers may be able to help you out and lessen the pressure you’re feeling.
2. Find or create your very own stress-free zone. Find a peaceful space in your work area and turn it into your very own stress-free zone. Fill the space with things that can calm you and make sure no one interrupts your stress-free time. If you are able to take time off work, go on a retreat or find a stress-free zone outside of work to help you recollect and recharge.
Learn to say “No”. You have to know your limits and learn to say know when you’re near your breaking point. Be polite and honest when you feel that you’ve handled too much and can’t take any more tasks. Saying no doesn’t mean you’re not doing your job or that you’re a bad person, it just simply means you need to rest too.
3. Create and nurture relationships. You will meet lots of clients or patients on your job and work with other healthcare professionals for a long time, learn to value and cultivate your relationship with these people. Having healthy relationships with those in your work environment will strengthen your connection to your job and will increase your desire to go to work. The effort you put into these relationships will not only benefit you, but also the people around you.
Kwensy200 Inc. Healthcare Staffing in Great Valley Pkwy. Malvern Pennsylvania understands that working in the healthcare industry can take a toll on even the strongest personality. Which is why we carefully screen our applicants and make sure we match them with the suitable employer.