What to do when you’re feeling burnt out? | ABC News

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Many frontline workers particularly those in healthcare are feeling burnt out and exhausted as Omicron continues to place significant pressure on the workforce.

Professor Jane Fisher a clinical psychologist at Monash University says there are three signs of burnout.

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