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Professional burnout a growing problem for midwives. Researchers will assess working conditions of midwives employed in Polish medical facilities

MedExpress Team

Piotr Wójcik

Published Sept. 27, 2023 09:41

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The profession of midwife is among the most deficient professions in Poland, according to the "Occupation Barometer 2022." According to the self-government of nurses and midwives, it is necessary to monitor and improve the working conditions of those active in this professional group. The Jagiellonian University's Collegium Medicum, the Center for Medical Postgraduate Education and the Foundation for the Support of Midwives are conducting a survey to assess the working conditions of midwives employed in Polish medical institutions.

The forecast of the Supreme Chamber of Nurses and Midwives shows that the most pressing problems of this professional group are: the lack of generational replacement of midwives, the failure of some midwifery graduates to take up jobs, and the increasing average age of working midwives, which poses a real threat to securing Polish society with professional midwifery ...

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