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Evaluating the Burnout-Thriving Index in a Multidisciplinary Cohort at a Large Academic Medical Center.

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Summary of "Evaluating the Burnout-Thriving Index in a Multidisciplinary Cohort at a Large Academic Medical Center."

There has been significant discussion about the quality of burnout research, especially with regard to abbreviated measurements of burnout and/or well-being. The purpose of this study was to compare a single-item, investigator-developed question measuring perceived well-being with validated multi-item measures of burnout and well-being.

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Name: Southern medical journal
ISSN: 1541-8243
Pages: 199-204

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