- •Advanced practice providers in critical care area are at high risk of experiencing burnout.
- •“What Matters to You” conversations can be used to discover drivers and mitigation strategies for burnout.
- •Team-building events may improve burnout temporarily, but long-term effects may not be sustained.
- •Team agreement documents seem to be a feasible and sustainable way to improve team climate and reduce burnout.
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