Patient Mistakes, Burnout Among Front Line Workers May be Avoided with Inexpensive, Brief Interventions
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Healthcare workers and first responders have been struggling with unprecedented psychological stress during the pandemic, leading to potential clinical practice failures, that may impact patient health and increase burnout. But organizations that employ these workers don’t necessarily need to use expensive, time-consuming solutions. A brief, smartphone intervention may have a major impact, according to a new study.
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