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World Health Organization Addresses Burnout

World Health Organization Addresses Burnout

The World Health Organization recently announced burnout is an “occupational phenomenon,” where employees without an underlying anxiety or mood disorder feel exhausted, are mentally detached from work and exhibit poor performance. Healthcare workers, particularly physicians and advanced practitioners, face higher rates of burnout than most.
Our latest infographic illustrates some of the shocking statistics about clinician burnout, including recent survey data from LocumTenens.com.

Radiation Oncology Specialty Spotlight

Seeing radiotherapy in 3D

In radiation therapy, the process of effectively attacking cancer cells with minimal negative impact on healthy tissue is an ongoing challenge. Researchers from the University of British Columbia Okanagan and Duke University have developed a new system, a specialized polymer gel, that allows for the viewing of an actual radiotherapy dose in true 3D, providing for better visualization of the location and dose of treatment.

Featured Medical Mission

If you’ve been searching for a way to give back, consider medical missions work. We make it easy for you to find a trip that fits your needs through our MedicalMissions.org website. Registration is free for medical volunteers and for organizations who are recruiting healthcare personnel.

Check out this issue’s featured mission trip to Belize, sponsored by Partners For Belize.

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LocumTenens.com has over 100 Radiation Oncology opportunities open on our website now. Search jobs to find the right fit for you.

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