Discussing the Impact of Burnout on Physiology & Operational Performance

Research Paper Title

The Impact of Burnout on Human Physiology and on Operational Performance: A Prospective Study of Soldiers Enrolled in the Combat Diver Qualification Course.

Abstract

In the course of training and in their work, military personnel are often required to spend considerable time under intense conditions with other people.

Due to the performance demands and the intensity of the situations, the interactions between individuals may become charged with negative feelings of frustration, anger, as well as a sense of being without support.

When these feelings are experienced for extended periods of time, they can be draining to an individual and can lead to burnout.

Reference

Morgan, C.A., Cho, T., Hazlett, G. Coric, V. & Morgane, J. (2002) The Impact of Burnout on Human Physiology and on Operational Performance: A Prospective Study of Soldiers Enrolled in the Combat Diver Qualification Course. Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine. 75, pp.199-205. Available from World Wide Web: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2588792/. [Accessed: 25 June, 2018].

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