Prevalence, risk factors and consequences of severe burnout syndrome in ICU

@article{Burghi2014PrevalenceRF,
  title={Prevalence, risk factors and consequences of severe burnout syndrome in ICU},
  author={Gast{\'o}n Burghi and J{\^e}rome Lambert and Marine Chaize and Katerin Goinheix and Carlos Fernando Prada Quiroga and Gerardo Fari{\~n}a and Mario Godino and Gustavo Pittini and Sebasti{\'a}n Pereda and Carolina Fregossi and Silvia Mareque and Homero Bagnulo and Elie Azoulay},
  journal={Intensive Care Medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={40},
  pages={1785-1786}
}
Dear Editor, Burnout Syndrome (BOS) is common in intensive care unit (ICU) clinicians [1, 2]. BOS leads to loss of psychological wellbeing, increased absenteeism, and deterioration of the work performance. As burnout is favored by stressful work elements, ICU clinicians who have to deal with sick patients, family distress, and urgent decisions that impact immediately on outcomes have been reported with high levels of severe burnout [1–3]. Moreover, there is a complex relationship between ICU… CONTINUE READING
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