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Nursing burnout costs the health care industry roughly 14 billion dollars a year. The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically increased burnout rates. Many nurses feel overworked and underappreciated; this has caused a negative impact as it is influencing the rates of burnout among hospital staffing globally. Over half a million registered nurses have already left their profession nationwide due to stress and workload (Bruyneel, Smith, Tack, & Pirson, 2021). Burnout has diminished staff, depleted resources, and decreased quality of care.
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Randolph, Heather; McElfresh, Maddy; Short, Addie; Dahlquist, Cailey; Bartley, Jenna; and White, Suzi, "Combating Nursing Burnout: A Quality Improvement Project" (2022). 2022 Celebration of Student Scholarship - Poster Presentations. 40.
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