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Probst, Heidi (2012)
Publisher: British Institute of Radiology
Languages: English
Types: Article
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mesheuropmc: education, psychological phenomena and processes
The 2007 UK National Radiotherapy Advisory Group (NRAG) report indicated the number and type of staff available is one of the ‘rate limiting’ steps in improving productivity in radiotherapy departments. Retaining well trained, satisfied staff, is key to meeting the objectives of the report; burnout is an important factor linked to satisfaction and attrition. Results of a survey measuring burnout in a sample of Radiation Therapists (Therapy Radiographers) are presented and considered against norms for the health sector and burnout in therapists from Canada and the US.
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