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Case Management


Case Management Paper 1


Throughout our careers, we may face times in which we will feel stressed, overwhelmed, exhausted, and even frustrated. These are all signs of burnout. Burnout affects people in different ways. One can feel irritable, always snapping at others. Others might feel depressed and tend to be more isolated. Different people experience burnout in different ways because they may be involved in different situations in where burnout can occur. There are many causes of burnout. One reason why one may feel burned out could be because they are being overworked and feel that if they don’t do their work they will get fired so they overwork themselves to the point of feeling burned out. Burnout can generate some consequences but good thing there are also ways in which burnout can be prevented. It is important to learn ways in which you can know when you are at risk of reaching the level of burnout and the actions you can take to help stop it from developing into something that can affect your mind, wellbeing and even happiness. There should also be consideration for co-worker, colleagues, associate or other employees. It would be important to provide effective supervision while providing case management. Thinking of ways and generating ideas of helping each other from reaching the burnout status is a good way to start.

Case Management Paper 1
According to Merriam-Webster's Dictionary, burnout is described as “exhaustion of physical or emotional strength or motivation usually as a result of prolonged stress or frustration" (Merriam-Webster). Burnout can occur for many reasons. It can take place at a workplace, a childcare center and it can even occur at school. Usually burnout most often occurs at a workplace where most of the stress and frustration take place. It’s easy to feel stressed at work whether it’s because you have an overload of work or because things are not going the way they are supposed to...

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