Burnout in therapy radiographers in the UK.

  title={Burnout in therapy radiographers in the UK.},
  author={Heidi Probst and Sarah Griffiths and Rukshana Adams and Carri Hill},
  journal={The British journal of radiology},
  volume={85 1017},
The 2007 UK National Radiotherapy Advisory Group report indicated that the number and type of staff available is one of the "rate-limiting" steps in improving productivity in radiotherapy departments. Retaining well-trained, satisfied staff is key to meeting the objectives of the report; burnout is an important factor linked to satisfaction and attrition. The results of a survey measuring burnout in a sample of radiotherapists (therapy radiographers) are presented and considered against norms… CONTINUE READING
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