|"Journal of psychiatry is the leading Impact factor journals in Burnout syndrome. Articles published gain high citations. Manuscripts are peer reviewed by the associate and review editors of the respective specialty section.
Burnout syndrome is a process defining emotional, mental, and physical fatigue, which develops insidiously over time. Burnout term was first used by Freudenberg in 1975. Nowadays, it is a very common syndrome, particularly in those working environments with a high work-related stress and a constant high workload. Burnout could be defined as âa health care staffâs perception of his job and patient care in emergency department as a burdenâ. It is typically the last step of a process appearing with loss of vocational excitement, dissatisfaction, and a negative attitude towards patients calling for help. The symptoms appear in forties. Studies have demonstrated that burnout results in many serious problems in a broad spectrum comprising work loss, social problems, domestic relationship issues, cigarette, alcohol, and substance abuse, and even psychiatric diseases âMehmet Ustundag, The Hidden Part of the Iceberg for Emergency Department Staff: The Burnout Syndromeâ
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