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Date

2015

Abstract

Burnout is a pervasive problem in primary healthcare. Mindfulness training has been shown in decrease symptoms associated with burnout and improve overall patient care. This project attempts to evaluate the rates of both burnout and mindfulness in healthcare workers within Rutland County, Vermont. A survey was distributed to both administrative and primary healthcare workers within the Community Health Centers of the Rutland Region system to determine if employees suffer from symptoms of burnout as well as their willingness to participate in mindfulness training.

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vermont, rutland, burnout, mindfulness, survey, healthcare

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Medical Education | Primary Care