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# Burnout

This year
'When I did my ACL, I was like, 'Thank God'' - Tipp star back after burnout, injury and spider bite
Tipperary star Aishling Moloney is returning from a lengthy lay-off with a new perspective.
Last year
Trial of a four-day work week gets 100% success rating with Irish employees
Staff in the trial experienced less burnout and sleep deprivation.
All time
Opinion: Go easy on yourself in relation to New Year's resolutions - we've been through a lot
Siobhan Murray says it’s not the time to deprive or judge ourselves, but instead to celebrate all we’ve coped with in the last two years.
3 in 4 staff in country's two largest EDs showed signs of burnout during pandemic, study finds
The study was conducted by researchers at University College Cork.
Irish Medical Council launches new campaign to help doctors on the verge of burnout
This new medical council project is designed to remind medics to remember to take care of their physical and mental health.
How can we avoid burnout through this strange winter?
Tracy Ward explains how burnout affects us – and what to do if we’re feeling it.
Millenials more 'burnt out' than other generations during pandemic, says new study
The research, carried out by Irish academics, suggests millennials are struggling more with the pandemic.
Feeling stressed in the run up to Christmas? Here are some tips to avoid burnout
Between gift shopping and making the perfect dinner, burnout is easily felt this time of year.
'Undermined, dismissed, ignored': Almost half of Irish doctors in survey considered leaving profession
The Medical Protection Society has said the HSE should appoint a ‘wellbeing guardian’ to address burnout.
Consultant shortages causing 'a spiral of burnout, stress and emigration'
About one million patients in Ireland are on waiting lists to see a consultant.
Opinion: Technology was meant to be our great liberator but instead it became our prison
We’re addicted to technology but as with most addictions, we don’t believe we have a problem, writes Shane Cradock.
Opinion: Frustrated with a lack of progress? Time to redefine winning
Sisters Emily Nagoski and Amelia Nagoski have written a book on burnout – and in this extract, they explain that redefining winning can help you reach your goals in a way you didn’t expect.
Opinion: Multi-tasking makes you less productive - and can contribute to stress and burnout
Give yourself a break. Research shows that multi-tasking reduces productivity because your brain can only focus on one thing at a time, writes Siobhan Murray.
'We're burning players out... The pressure on our athletes is a huge concern'
International Rugby Players has received eye-opening feedback around tackle height from its members.
Masked vandals torch dozens of cars in Sweden in attack arranged on social media
Two suspects have been arrested so far.
€19 million a year spent on private foster care because Tusla is overstretched
Oireachtas Children’s Committee will today recommend resources be used to recruit more social workers for public service.
Vunipola warns that players could strike over rugby's punishing schedule
The Saracens and England player missed the recent British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand through injury.
'I understand why a lot of people leave': Being a social worker in Ireland
A social worker speaks to about the stresses and strains of working a very difficult, challenging job.
'You wouldn't do it to a greyhound': McCaffrey's Sigerson Cup overload annoys Gavin
The former Footballer of the Year was left out of Dublin’s squad tonight as they monitored his work load.
Depression, stress and emigration: Why medical students need to talk about mental health
A new campaign is aiming to take away the stigma some people feel about discussing issues such as depression and suicide.
'It’s wrong, it’s abuse of young players' - Tipp football boss unhappy over burnout
Liam Kearns has also voiced his frustration at the lack of access to top dual players Steven O’Brien and Seamus Kennedy.
Poll: Do you support the changes to the GAA's minor and U21 age grades?
Big changes last night at Annual Congress in Carlow.
Four Limerick GAA players could have played 10 games in a month by the end of next week
The hectic schedule is faced by Tom Morrissey, Richie English, Darragh O’Donovan and Gearoid Hegarty.
Arsenal coach warns that physical demands on young GAA players are not sustainable
Galway native Des Ryan has managed to halve the amount of muscle injuries sustained by young Academy players at Arsenal.
Scrapping U21 football championship among new proposals as GAA addresses player burnout
‘The time has come to take decisive action,’ said GAA director general Paraic Duffy today.
Mourinho hits back at Capello after 'burnout' criticism
The Blues coach has suggested that the former England and Russia boss should respect fellow managers.
Are you heading for burnout in work?
Life is not and should not be an endurance test; nor should your job.
New report on 'overwhelmed' student GAA players makes for concerning reading
‘Problem period’ in GAA calendar leading to academic, financial and personal pressure.
3 games in 6 days means hamstring injury and missing league final for Cork defender
Brian O’Driscoll’s hectic recent schedule hasn’t helped.
Kieran McGeeney - 'The more you tell people the truth, the less they want to print it'
So are the stories about Armagh’s tough training regime true?
Opinion: 4 things to help you overcome burnout at work
Imagine for a moment that people had petrol tanks like cars do. Where are your energy reserves in this ‘petrol tank’?
Niall Moran warns on demands on GAA schools players - 'It's at boiling point'
Limerick hurler Moran is involved with the Ardscoil Rís Dr Harty Cup team.
'It is just unsustainable' - Warning as young GAA stars doing 12 sessions in 9 days
A new report has signalled the danger of burnout amongst young GAA players,
Stick me down for every match, McIlroy tells Ryder Cup skipper McGinley
The in-form irishman says he’s feeling ready for Gleneagles.
'We trained all year to play three Championship games - which is ridiculous'
GAA Central Council meets on Saturday to discuss the Football Review Committee’s recommendations.
All you need to know about Louth's new 17 year-old senior prospect Ryan Burns
Louth’s U21 manager on the youngster set to make his senior debut on Saturday
Harrington blames obsession with improvement for his lapse in form
Padraig Harrington says he tried to do too much after he became a triple Major winner, and that he should have taken it far easier on himself.
Mullins: Sigerson rescheduling would benefit players
Dublin legend agrees that the hectic nature of the current fixture list leaves young players in danger of burnout.