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Conferences, seminars
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The World University Rankings - 08/06/2017
Career advice: does change fatigue risk academic burnout ? - Gail Kinman
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CIO Insight - 08/06/2017
CIOs must deal with staff stress and burnout - Dennis McCafferty
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IJPP - 30/01/2017
Managing workplace stress in community pharmacy organisations - Sally Jacobs, Sheena Johnson, Karen Hassell
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Forbes - 01/02/2017
The top three factors driving employee burnout - Joyce Maroney
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Equal Times - 17/07/2014
Burnout : the flip side of the cult of performance - Grégoire Comhaire
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Luxemburg Worst - 13/03/2012
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Books

Self Care for the Healthcare Professional - Katie Tietz - Edition : CreateSpace - 09/2017

Self Care for the Healthcare Professional: How to Gain Confidence, Take Control & Have a Balanced and Successful Career” by Katie Tietz, you will find ways to bring the “care” back to your profession in healthcare. Katie gives you real world examples, as well as strategies to implement, to beat back burnout, overcome feelings of imposter syndrome, address incivility in the workplace, and much more.


Leading to Occupational Health and Safety - E. Kevin Kelloway, Karina Nielsen, Jennifer K. Dimoff - Edition : Wiley Blackwell - 2017

Leading to Occupational Health and Safety brings together prominent researchers to explore the pervasive roles that leaders play in determining the health, safety and mental well-being of employees in organizations.


Burnout Society - Byung-Chul Han - Edition : Stanford University Press - 12-08-2015

Our competitive, service-oriented societies are taking a toll on the late-modern individual. Rather than improving life, multitasking, "user-friendly" technology, and the culture of convenience are producing disorders that range from depression to attention deficit disorder to borderline personality disorder. Byung-Chul Han interprets the spreading malaise as an inability to manage negative experiences in an age characterized by excessive positivity and the universal availability of people and goods. Stress and exhaustion are not just personal experiences, but social and historical phenomena as well. Denouncing a world in which every against-the-grain response can lead to further disempowerment, he draws on literature, philosophy, and the social and natural sciences to explore the stakes of sacrificing intermittent intellectual reflection for constant neural connection.