Mindfulness at Work Virtual Mindfulness Program for Occupational Therapy Practitioners Experiencing Burnout: A Pilot Study
clinician well being, mindfulness, burnout, feasibility
Job burnout is high among occupational therapy practitioners (OTPs)1,2. Burnout impacts practitioner well-being and patient outcomes3. Mindfulness is an evidencebased approach to decreasing burnout, but the time burden for traditional mindfulness programs is high for professionals experiencing burnout4. Mindfulness at Work is a brief, virtual program during which OTPs embed learned mindfulness strategies during their workday.
Persia, Sue and Carroll, OTD, OTR/L, Amy, "Mindfulness at Work Virtual Mindfulness Program for Occupational Therapy Practitioners Experiencing Burnout: A Pilot Study" (2023). Department of Occupational Therapy Posters and Presentations. Paper 87.
Presented at the 2022 Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association (POTA) Annual Conference and the 2023 American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Annual Conference.