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In the Media | 07.03.19

Dr. Coleman Featured on Illinois Public Radio Show

Samantha Coleman, Ph.D., Online Campus core faculty, was interviewed on The 21st, a talk show on Illinois Public Radio. In the episode, Dr. Coleman addressed the World Health Organization’s recently updated definition of burnout, how it differs from work-related stress, and how both employees and managers can mitigate the damaging effects.

“Burnout tends to stay with us,” Dr. Coleman said, “to the point, for instance, where it might be a couple of weeks where we just have a very hard time getting back in the game.”

Listen to the full recording of the episode “The Definition of Burnout is Changing.”

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