Combatting Burnout in Radiology: Connecting to Purpose and People

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The societal and personal impact of burnout transcend profession, and many factors can lead to this phenomenon. A negative cascade of events perpetuate the problem through mounting frustrations, depressive symptoms and cynicism, and reduced efficacy in the workplace. In the medical profession, this presents serious safety risks for patients and providers. As a radiologist charged with improving the quality and timeliness of our work product it is instructive to identify common contributors to burnout and adaptive strategies to build a healthy work environment. Read More.