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Understanding the link between burnout and sub-optimal care: why should healthcare education be interested in employee silence?

Montgomery A, Lainidi O. Understanding the link between burnout and sub-optimal care: why should healthcare education be interested in employee silence? Front Psychiatry. 2022;13:818393. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2022.818393

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May 4, 2022
Montgomery A, Lainidi O. Front Psychiatry. 2022;13:818393.

Difficulty speaking up about patient safety concerns and unprofessional behavior indicates a safety culture deficiency. This article discusses the relationship between silence, burnout, and quality of care, emphasizing how silence evolves during medical education and continues into clinical training, eventually impacting healthcare professional burnout, patient safety and quality of care.

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Montgomery A, Lainidi O. Understanding the link between burnout and sub-optimal care: why should healthcare education be interested in employee silence? Front Psychiatry. 2022;13:818393. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2022.818393