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Author: Rajeev Kurapati Narrator: Braden Wright Publisher: Author's Republic Audio Length: Release Date: February 2020 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781082440571

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A must-read for every medical professional, healthcare consumer, and patient advocate.Burnout among medical professionals has reached epidemic proportions. Much of this distress can be attributed to the pile-on of duties and responsibilities healthcare workers face, including an increasing workload, complex quality measures, and expanding policy stipulations—on top of providing quality patient care. At the same time, these growing tasks are coupled with staff shortages and waning organizational support. It's hardly a surprise that the rates of depression and suicide continue to increase among exhausted medical professionals. Burnout is not only harmful to overworked, unsupported healthcare professionals, it also puts patients at risk. In this book, award-winning author and hospital physician Rajeev Kurapati offers a guide to recognizing burnout, as well as providing practical, actionable techniques for developing resilience at both the individual and organizational levels. Based on the latest evidence-based research, these steps will help practitioners regain joy and gain freedom from burnout.

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About the Author

Rajeev Kurapati, MD, MBA, practices Hospital Medicine. He is the author of award winning books Unbound Intelligence, Physician: How Science Transformed the Art of Medicine, and Burnout in Healthcare. His writings about medicine, culture, and lifestyle have been published in Slate Magazine, Cincinnati Enquirer, Medical Economics, Aging America, Smart Health Today, NKY Tribune, Mind Body Green, Life Hack, Millennial Magazine, KevinMD, the Yoga Blog, The Good Men Project, and other outlets. Born and raised in India, he now resides in Cincinnati, USA with his family.

About the Narrator

Braden Wright is a voice talent and audiobook narrator.