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October 24, 2023


This figure shows six workplace policies and practices employers can take to support health worker well-being.

Vital Signs: Health Worker–Perceived Working Conditions and Symptoms of Poor Mental Health — Quality of Worklife Survey, United States, 2018–2022

Health workers who responded to a nationally representative survey reported more days of poor mental health and were more likely to report burnout in 2022 than in 2018. Positive working conditions, such as trust in management and supervisor help, were associated with lower odds of poor mental health symptoms and burnout.


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MMWR Weekly Briefing Podcast: Week of October 2

The latest MMWR Weekly Briefing is live. Topics include: RSV- and COVID-19-related deaths among adults 65 and older. Listen and subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Play.

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