New Professional and South Metro: Preventing Burnout in Physical Therapy

A Panel Discussion

12/3/2018
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Elder Service Plan
1135 Morton Street
Boston, MA 02126
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Please join the South Metro District for an evening of discussion with physical therapists and physical therapist assistants regarding burnout in the profession. A panel of PTs and PTAs throughout various stages of their careers will discuss the prevalence of burnout in physical therapy, the challenges for combating burnout, strategies for managing the workload, and what prevention of burnout holds for the future of the profession. A self-assessment will be available for all attendees.

6:30pm-7:00pm - Arrival, Networking, and Pizza

7:00pm - Panel Discussion begins

References:

1. Vatwani A., Hill CJ. Examining factors, strategies and processes to decrease physical therapy turn over rates in acute care hospitals: a review of the literature. Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy. (2018) 11-18.

2. Campo MA, Weiser S, Koenig KL. Job Strain in Physical Therapists. Physical Therapy. 2009;89(9):946-956. doi:10.2522/ptj.20080322.

3. Gorman SL.. The fourth aim: care of the provider. JACPT. (2018) 113.

4. Balogun J., Katz K., Oyeyemi A. Prevalence and determinants of burnout among physical and occupational therapists. Journal of Allied Health. (2002) 131-139.

5. Santos MC., Barros L., Carolino E., Occupational stress and coping resources in physiotherapists: a survey of physiotherapists in three general hospitals. Physiotherapy. (2010) 303-310.

6. Connors M. How do I avoid burnout? A perspective from an engaged PT. The Pulse: APTA. (2018) 7. The Pulse Staff. Remember why you started: Avoiding burnout and staying motivated in 2017. The Pulse: APTA. (2017)


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