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by Dr Sunil
Last reviewed: January 2017
cannot be over-emphasised that attending lectures and workshops,
and reading and talking about burn-out are no substitute for doing
something about it.
We need to become our own stress-management experts and
learn to set or reset priorities and consider a change of
lifestyle, building changes into our everyday routine. This can be
a long, complex and sometimes costly process. The consequences of
neglecting our occupational health, however, are
The BMA quarterly tracker survey (April 2015) of approximately
3,000 doctors across the profession reported:
Morale and Workload
In the first module, Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1
– understanding stress and burnout, we defined stress
and burnout, giving an overview of current research on stress
within the medical profession.
In this module, we aim to provide a clear
action plan for dealing with the pressures of modern work life in
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