| Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Author(s):Yusuf Saleem Khan

This study has tried to focus on the gravity of burnout in medical professionals, its lack of awareness among the medical fraternity and the importance of its knowledge and awareness worldwide. This study represents a fundamental conceptual understanding of burnout among the medical fraternity, create awareness of health hazard in conjecture to their profession and hope to create an interest in developing diagnostic tools, to monitor and manage burnout in medical schools and hospitals. Besides it also stress upon developing laws to compensate those who are suffering from burnout and study their prevalence in developing countries. It also highlights the effect of burnout on the economy of any country with some examples and stressed the importance of its awareness not only in the interest of the medical fraternity but also in the best interest of the country itself.

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