Take the Pharmacy Times Burnout and Mental Health Survey


Managing understaffing and increasingly demanding workflows is an ongoing challenge in pharmacy.

Tackling burnout and mental health is a major issue in pharmacy, as staff members face short-staffing and increasingly demanding responsibilities.

Although burnout pre-existed the COVID-19 pandemic, the array of new responsibilities and opportunities, as well as exhaustion and pandemic-related stress, all exacerbated the issue. It can also have far-reaching consequences, including short-staffing, patient safety issues, and impacts on physical health.

Pharmacy Times wants to understand how pharmacists are feeling and what burnout looks like in the workplace. Please take 10 minutes to answer a few questions, and stay tuned to see the results.

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