Framed and Reframed! The Art of Using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques to Combat Burnout
Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology
The incidence of burnout among radiologists has been increasing exponentially, largely attributed to increased work volumes, expectations for more rapid turn-around times and decreasing interpersonal interactions. While personal wellness activities have been described in the literature, there is little information on the role of cognitive behavioral therapy strategies to mitigate burnout. This manuscript will describe the value of naming automatic negative emotions which can lead to burnout and will provide an overview of strategies that can be used to combat them, using cognitive behavioral therapy techniques.
Catanzano, Tara; Azizaddini, Shahrzad; Clayton, M. Jane; Pham, Theresa; Methratta, Sosamma T.; Fishman, Michael D.C.; Moser, Franklin G.; and Dunnick, N. Reed, "Framed and Reframed! The Art of Using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques to Combat Burnout" (2022). School of Medicine Faculty Publications. 489.