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Burnout among service providers addressing substance use disorders Burnout among service providers addressing substance use disorders | The Ontario HIV Treatment Network The Ontario HIV Treatment Network Burnout among service providers addressing substance use disorders Burnout among service providers addressing substance use disorders , , , , Questions What are the sources and consequences of burnout among service providers addressing substance use disorders? What interventions have been (...) implemented to manage the impact of burnout among service providers addressing substance use disorders? Key take-home messages Main burnout components experienced among service providers addressing substance use disorders include emotional exhaustion (feeling drained of all available emotional capacity), depersonalization (experiencing cynicism, helplessness and detachment), and lowered sense of personal accomplishment (belief that one’s work is not significant) (1, 2). Sources of burnout include high