Occupational burnout in public health care sector, scales, measures, and education in the frame of period COVID-19 pandemic
Ioannis Pantelis Adamopoulos 1 2 3 * , Niki Fotios Syrou 4
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1 Region of Attica, Department of Environmental Hygiene and Public Health Inspection, South Sector of Athens, Athens, GREECE2 Department of Health Sciences, School of Medicine, European University Cyprus, Nicosia, CYPRUS3 Research Center of Excellence in Risk & Decision Sciences CERIDES, School of Sciences, European University Cyprus, Nicosia, CYPRUS4 Department of Physical Education and Sport Science, University of Thessaly, Trikala, GREECE* Corresponding Author

Abstract

Background: A study review of literature in occupational burnout measures in public health care sector (PHCS). In the view of authors, a process that applies principles and techniques to create, communicate, and deliver value in order to influence target audience behaviors that benefit employees in PHCS, as well as the intended society. Does not work to exploit turnover rather the aims of PHCS are to change the activities that will support and educate the overall public employees in PHCS of Greece and global to use only competent lighting to preserve the safer and healthier work environment, minimize the burnout syndrome. This study can bear a significant impact of occupational burnout measures scales and education in PHCS during COVID-19 pandemic, and with the help of various reviews we will catch out the positive and negative effects.
Methods: A review study conducted for the last two-year, published papers along the last one years, perching criteria at Scopus, Web of Science, Science Direct, and Veritas & Elsevier Journals, searched restricted to the title, and with the help of various reviews we will catch out the positive and negative effects.
Conclusions: Only few papers are published based on the very contemporary title, considered for the article, hence this study identified several articles in the scientific literature, but only few articles were classified as eligible according to the previously established criteria. This study highlights the effects of period COVID-19 pandemic in PHCS association and correlations with occupational burnout.

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Article Type: Review Article

EUR J ENV PUBLIC HLT, 2023, Volume 7, Issue 2, Article No: em0127

https://doi.org/10.29333/ejeph/12532

Publication date: 01 Apr 2023

Online publication date: 14 Oct 2022

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