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Name: The journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
There is currently a high prevalence of burnout among women physicians. This is associated with factors related to job satisfaction and work-life balance. Female physicians are more likely to experien...
Mentoring and coaching are activities that are quite helpful in having doctors become happy, engaged, and successful in their work and also help prevent burnout. Coaching helps promote a better balanc...
Difficulty managing the demands of work and nonwork roles (often referred to in terms of managing balance) can be detrimental to psychological wellbeing and contribute to occupational burnout. The cur...
The global economic recession is relevant in public administration, especially in terms of the human factor. If we pretend to empower people as a resource, a key aspect is the perception of equity in ...
Organizational policies for work-life balance exist, but little is known about athletic trainers' (ATs') awareness of and willingness to use them.
Due to their difficult and stressful work surgeons are under continuous physical and mental stress exposing them to increased risk for burnout and lack of professionalism. The present inte...
This study seeks to evaluate the prevalence and characterize predictors of physician burnout in the anesthesia residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The study also seeks to ev...
Burnout is a public health issue. Healthcare workers are particularly at risk of burnout with occupational stress identified as the major risk factor. The "Health Work Environment" service...
Whether and to what extent burnout risk is actually higher in surgical specialties than in non-surgical specialties is still unknown. Little is also known about what factors are associated...
The study aims to evaluate the effect on return to work of a workplace intervention with patients being treated for burnout. The intervention intends to reduce job-person mismatch through ...
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