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Background:

Healthcare workers (HCWs) caring for patients with acute neurologic injury in the ICU rarely receive detailed information on the recovery of their patients. The missing connection between the period of acute neurologic injury and long-term outcomes is a psychological burden that contributes to moral fatigue and burnout.

We hypothesize that attending an Interprofessional conference series through which patients describe their acute brain injury and recovery to Neuro-ICU HCWs may ease moral fatigue, increasing professional fulfillment and reducing burnout.

Institution/Department

Maine Medical Center, Neurology, Critical Care Medicine

Publication Date

5-2023

Publisher

MaineHealth

City

Portland

Keywords

Neuro-ICU, Critical Care, Healthcare workers, Neurologic Injury

Disciplines

Critical Care | Neurology

NeuroCOPE: A novel intervention to increase professional fulfillment and reduce burnout by connecting Neuro-ICU healthcare workers to their post-recovery patients
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