Article Out Loud – Reduce Burnout & Increase Retention in Emergency Management

An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal. 

Emergency management professionals are regularly tasked with high-stress responsibilities, including political pressure, life safety concerns, vulnerable infrastructure, and community vulnerabilities. Three ways to reduce the risk of burnout and increase retention efforts are described in this article: lead with care, invest in psychological support, and look at the schedule.

Narrated by MacGregor Stephenson.

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Kesley Richardson

Kesley Richardson, DPAs, MPH, FAEM, AEM, MEM-M, is the emergency management healthcare coordinator and a research fellow for the Bill Anderson Fun (BAF).



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