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Could innovation in the med dev sector support better care pathways for a burnt-out workforce?

A recent survey by the UK Medical Defence Union has found that 44% regularly feel “exhausted in the morning at the thought of another day at work”. Side effects of sleep deprivation reported by doctors include poor concentration (64%), decision-making difficulties (40%) and mental health problems (30%). Such symptoms are inevitably harmful, as these side effects can cause potentially substandard patient care. Ultimately, navigating burnout’s role in driving compromised patient safety can be difficult to tackle, given the deep-rooted political and resource factors that have exacerbated struggles from the pandemic and before. However, medical device experts Owen Mumford have shared insights on data surrounding burnout-induced substandard care and how medical device innovation can potentially play a role in alleviating pressures on NHS staff.
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