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What makes nurses vulnerable to burnout

Season 2023 Episode 343 | 8m 22s

A federal study shows that last year, nearly half of healthcare workers reported they often feel burned out. Research suggests nurses are especially vulnerable and that can impact the care they provide. In collaboration with the Global Health Reporting Center and with support from the Pulitzer Center, Stephanie Sy reports from Columbus, Ohio, for our series, Critical Care: The Future of Nursing.

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