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The Sad Plight of Burnout among America’s Frontline Nurses

With the resurgence of the coronavirus, the toll among America’s frontline caregivers could be especially taxing, particularly for nurses. And while much attention has been focused on physician burnout, in a recent interview conducted by Chuck Buck with Dr. H. Steven Moffic, the focus shifted to nurses. A prolific writer and speaker, Moffic received the one-time designation of being a Hero of Public Psychiatry from the Assembly of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) in 2002, and he has written extensively on the subject of burnout. Moffic is also the Talk Ten Tuesdays weekly Internet radio broadcast’s resident psychiatrist, and one of its most popular guests. What follows is a transcript of the aforementioned interview. Read More...

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