Survey finds burnout, anxiety among pediatric APRNs


An online survey of 886 advanced practice registered nurses reported in the Journal of Pediatric Health Care found 34% of were moderately or extremely concerned about professional burnout. "This problem is, of course, multifactorial, with isolation, loss of safety net services, family stressors and trauma, and deferred care and services all compounding this issue across communities worldwide," said co-principal investigator Jennifer Sonne, secretary of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners.

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