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Transcript of Preceptor Burnout
Why did YOU become a preceptor?
A state of physical and emotional exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress.
Gradual process, does not happen overnight.
"I can do everything"
Working exceptionally long hours
Taking on exceedingly heavy workloads
Enormous pressure to excel
Who is at risk?
or feelings of achievement
, both tangible & intangible
or hope of relief from job stressors
Stages of Burnout
Physical & emotional exhaustion
Shame & doubt
Cynicism & callousness
Failure, helplessness, & collapse
Signs & Symptoms of Burnout
Contributing Factors for Preceptors
Shortage of preceptors
Lack of compensation
"Babies precepting babies"
Minimal to no preceptor training
Little to no notice prior to precepting (voluntary vs. involuntary, prior experience)
Lack of time to accomplish responsibilities associated with the role
High volume of staff turnover*
Effect on Organization
Poor staff morale
Decreased patient satisfaction
Have a nursing goal
Get involved (PERK, Shared Governance, Committees)
ABCs of prevention (awareness, balance, choice, detachment, egoism, focus, goals, hope, integrity)
More collaboration with managers, educators, and academic faculty
Preceptors are VITAL to recruitment and retention!!
Karla Herrington, MSN, RN
Define nursing burnout.
Compare and contrast factors that contribute to nursing vs. preceptor burnout.
Identify signs and symptoms of burnout.
Distinguish between the stages of burnout.
Discuss the impact of burnout on the patient, organization, and orientee.
Discuss solutions to prevent/overcome burnout.
"A ship is always safe at the shore, but that is NOT what it is built for."
Role of the Preceptor
Effect on Patients
Higher morbidity rate
Increase in falls, complaints, HAIs, pressure sores
Increase in medication errors
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Four Rs of Burnout Recovery
Inability to focus
High blood pressure
Effect on Orientee...
Nurse Preceptor Burnout
Causes of Burnout
Desire to help others
Unreasonable job demands
Difficult colleagues or staff
Scant recognition & rewards