As Management You Need to Have Clinical Confidence in an Era of Healthcare Burnout
The confidence-burnout connection- A loss of clinical confidence is both a contributor to, and a result of, burnout. When clinicians do not feel confident they have the right information, tools or resources to make clinical decisions, they may feel frustrated that their work is less effective than it may otherwise be. And it may indeed be less effective. Studies have shown that clinical burnout is detrimental to patient care.1 Thus, when clinicians are burned out and do not have the clinical confidence they need, their quality of care lessens.