Burnout and Nurse Anesthesia Professionals

New: The National Academy of Medicine released the report, Taking Action Against Clinician Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being. Download the PDF for free or purchase the physical report.

New: The American Hospital Association's 2020 Environmental Scan states that the annual cost of nurse burnout to the average hospital ranged from $5.2 to $8.1 million.

New: The 2019 PRC National Nursing Engagement Report, a study of 2,000 nurses in 37 hospitals, states that 15.6% of nurses report feelings of burnout, with 41% of "Unengaged Nurses" feeling burned out.


AANA Resources on Burnout


AANA Journal Articles


Wellness Milestones


Podcasts


Non-AANA Journal Articles


Supporting Organizational Resources

The World Health Organization (WHO) has classified burn-out as a medical diagnosis in the latest edition of ICD-11 (04/2019). Read more.

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