Burnout Panel - Dr. Venus
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Join Us for A Gathering of Top Doctors and Health Professionals In This Exclusive Online Event!

Let’s Discuss How To Overcome The Burnout That Can Do So Much Harm In The Careers We Love.

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When: Monday, November 16, 2020

Time: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm ET

A Panel Discussion:

Burnout Among Health Professionals

“What is burnout?”


According to World Health Organization, “Burn-Out” is defined in ICD-11 as follows:


“Burn-out is a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. It is characterized by three dimensions:


  • Feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion;
  • Increased mental distance from one’s job, or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to one’s job; and
  • Reduced professional efficacy.


Burn-out is an occupational phenomenon, not a disease.


Burnout is a work‐related syndrome involving emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and a sense of reduced personal accomplishment (Maslach Burnout Inventory Manual, 3rd ed)

The Host And Speakers Of This Panel Discussion Have Been

Featured On:

Louise Swartswalter, ND, CBT

Founder of Albuquerque Natural Health Center, Creator of The B.R.A.I.N. system

Leading the panel discussion:
Hamid Elmyar, MD, MPH

Pediatrician, Host of “With Dr. E” podcast

Irene Cop, MD, DC

Self-Healing Trainer and International Best-Selling Author

Venus Ramos, MD

Board-Certified Physiatrist, National-Level Fitness Athlete

Dr. Kaitlin Harkess

Clinical Psychologist & Yoga Instructor,  Founder of Embodied Psychology

Evan Hirsch, MD

Founder & CEO of the International Center for Energy and Fatigue

Why should you be there?

Due to the nature of their jobs, healthcare providers are in a race against time and must always be prepared for hectic and tense schedules.


Being at the forefront of COVID-19, healthcare providers are under unprecedented physical, emotional, and psychological pressure. Many are exhausted, feeling “used up” at the end of a workday and having nothing left to offer patients from an emotional standpoint.


According to an article by Journal of Internal Medicine, a sense of reduced personal accomplishment may reflect feelings of ineffectiveness in helping patients with their problems and a perceived lack of value in the results of work‐related activities such as patient care or professional achievements.


A group of health experts in medicine, clinical psychology, neurobiofeedback, and public health will discuss the root causes of burnout and will show a way out for this occupational phenomenon that is prevalent now more than ever in the healthcare industry.


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