Week 58: June 29, 2021
As of June 29, 2021, we have closed recruitment of the study at 1,563 primary care professionals. Longitudinal data collection continues (n=307). We will be reducing the survey frequency from weekly to monthly. We will continue to explore how burnout and COVID stress/strain change throughout the remainder of the year.
On average, 60% of participants experienced some aspect of burnout over this past year. In the longitudinal data, many participants burnout scores ebbed and flowed over the course of the year suggesting that experience of burnout is not static. Importantly, nearly all (96%) experienced some aspect of COVID strain and this appeared to change over the year.
In the next several weeks we will be exploring changes in burnout as well as how COVID rates may have influenced burnout over the past year. We will post results in future reports.
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