How well do you know about yourself?

Take the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory questionnaire to find out
What is “Burnout”
Burnout is included in the 11th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) as an occupational phenomenon. It is a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.1
Acknowledging own mental health problem is the first step in solving it. The Copenhagen Burnout Inventory is one of the self-awareness tools recommended to identify warning signs of burnout, which need prompt attention and actions for relief.
About Copenhagen Burnout Inventory
The Copenhagen Burnout Inventory is an instrument specifically developed for the Project on Burnout, Motivation and Job Satisfaction (PUMA) project, a five-year prospective intervention study on burnout in the human service sector conducted by the National Research Centre for the Working Environment (formerly the National Institute of Occupational Health), Denmark in 1999. It focuses on exhaustion and its attribution by the person. It has scales on personal burnout, work-related burnout and client-related* burnout. Each scale ranges from 0 to 100, with high scores indicating high levels of burnout.2

A special acknowledgement is hereby given to the National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Denmark for granting the consent to the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine to develop this online questionnaire page with automated assessment.

*Clients can be patients and other citizens in need of assistance from human services professionals depending on different circumstances.
1 World Health Organization. Burn-out an "occupational phenomenon": International Classification of Diseases., 2019
2 M Borritz, R Rugulies, K B Christensen, E Villadsen and T S Kristensen. Burnout as a predictor of self-reported sickness absence among human service workers: prospective findings from three year follow up of the PUMA study, 2006