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Physician Burnout and Barriers to Care on Professional Applications.

We surveyed New York physicians to study their perceptions of reporting requirements related to their own mental health care on professional applications, including whether they were experiencing symptoms of burnout. Over half of the responding physicians reported experiencing symptoms of burnout and these physicians were at increased odds of perceiving a barrier to seeking mental health care if they had to report such care on professional applications and renewals for medical licensure, malpractice, and ho...


The Relationship Between Primary Care Physician Burnout and Patient-Reported Care Experiences: a Cross-sectional Study.

Primary care physician (PCP) burnout is prevalent and on the rise. Physician burnout may negatively affect patient experience of care.

Professional Dissonance and Burnout in Primary Care: A Qualitative Study.

Burnout negatively affects physician health, productivity, and patient care. Its prevalence is high among physicians, especially those in primary care, yet few qualitative studies of burnout have been performed that engage frontline primary care practitioners (PCPs) for their perspectives.


Conceptual models for understanding physician burnout, professional fulfillment, and well-being.

Physician burnout is a highly complex phenomenon whose origins are multifactorial. As the medical profession works to better understand and reduce physician burnout, conceptual models can offer a framework to guide research and practice in the field of physician well-being. Conceptual models represent complex systems in a simplified fashion that facilitates understanding of and communication about those systems. This paper reviews seven conceptual models of physician well-being and discuss their strengths a...

Reading between the lines for a solution to burnout.

Physician assistants (PAs) have historically reported high levels of professional satisfaction, but emerging research indicates increasing levels of professional burnout. This article explores burnout interventions in the literature and their usefulness to PAs. We propose that PAs and leaders of the profession must acknowledge and assess the phenomenon of burnout through standardized measurement at the population level, be mindful of personal boundaries in order to maintain a healthy work life balance, and ...

Association of Weekly Protected Nonclinical Time With Resident Physician Burnout and Well-being.

Burnout among physicians is high, with resulting concern about quality of care. With burnout beginning early in physician training, much-needed data are lacking on interventions to decrease burnout and improve well-being among resident physicians.

Effects of a practical training programme on burnout among professional caregivers in a care home for older adults with dementia: a pilot study.

As the number of persons with dementia has increased so has the need for both specialized care and long-term care centres. Professional caregivers working in these centres encounter specific problems, including stress, burnout, and feelings of dissatisfaction, each which can affect the quality of care. Due to the nature of their work, they are more likely to experience stress, which may lead to burnout syndrome. Therefore, the aim of this work was to assess the results of a practical training programme with...

Hospital Administration Response to Physician Stress and Burnout.

Recent studies have documented the alarming degree of physician stress and burnout that has affected physician attitudes, behaviors, and performance. Growing dissatisfaction, irritability, and frustration has negatively impacted physician ideals and attitudes which can lead to compromised health care relationships with impaired communication, collaboration, and coordination that can adversely affect satisfaction, clinical performance, and patient outcomes of care. For the most part physicians on their own h...

Burnout Syndrome in UK Intensive Care Unit staff: Data from all three Burnout Syndrome domains and across professional groups, genders and ages.

This is the first comprehensive evaluation of Burnout Syndrome across the UK Intensive Care Unit workforce and in all three Burnout Syndrome domains: Emotional Exhaustion, Depersonalisation and lack of Personal Accomplishment.

Family Physician Burnout Rates in Rural versus Metropolitan Areas: A Pilot Study.

Physician burnout is prevalent in family physicians. Burnout has been associated with an intent to leave practice location. This is especially concerning in many rural areas, which already have physician shortages. While other demographic characteristics of burnout have been assessed, no previously published studies were found that have specifically compared family physician burnout rates in rural versus metropolitan areas. We hypothesized that rural family physicians have higher burnout rates due to increa...

Exploration of the relationship between stigma and burnout among Greek nurses in dementia care.

To investigate possible correlations between stigma and burnout of nurses and non-graduate professional caregivers of elderly with dementia in nursing homes. Research on dementia stigma in healthcare professionals as well as its relationship with their wellbeing is seriously lacking. This cross-sectional study involved a convenience sample of 171 nurses and other professional caregivers in 16 Greek elderly care units who responded to Maslah Burnout Inventory (ΜΒΙ) as well as the Family Stigma in Alzheime...

First look at emergency medical technician wellness in India: Application of the Maslach Burnout Inventory in an unstudied population.

Professional wellness is critical to developing and maintaining a health care workforce. Previous work has identified burnout as a significant challenge to professional wellness facing emergency medical technicians (EMTs) in many countries worldwide. Our study fills a critical gap by assessing the prevalence of burnout among emergency medical technicians (EMTs) in India.

Physician Stress and Burnout.

Tens (or hundreds) of thousands of Americans die each year as a result of preventable medical errors. Changes in the practice and business of medicine have caused some to question whether burnout among physicians and other healthcare providers may adversely affect patient outcomes. A clear consensus supports the contention that burnout affects patients, albeit with low quality objective data. The psychological and physical impact on physicians and other providers is quite clear however, and the impact on th...

Association between workplace bullying and burnout, professional quality of life, and turnover intention among clinical nurses.

Workplace bullying experienced by clinical nurses is associated with burnout, a factor that threatens the quality of nursing care and patient safety. This study examined the association of workplace bullying with burnout, professional quality of life, and turnover intention among clinical nurses. A descriptive cross-sectional study was conducted using a structured questionnaire. Data were collected from 324 nurses and were analyzed using t-test, one-way analysis of variance, and multiple regression. Control...

To Address Burnout in Oncology, We Must Look to Teams: Reflections on an Organizational Science Approach.

Despite decades of effort, burnout among physicians remains elevated compared with that of other working populations, and it yields catastrophic consequences, including medical errors and physician suicide. Burnout leaves oncologists feeling like they are alone, but this is not the case-it affects everyone. To effectively address burnout, it is not enough to look only at oncologists; instead, we must include all those involved in the delivery of cancer care. With this aim, we present an overview of the orga...

Burnout in Oncology.

Burnout is defined as an occupational-related syndrome characterized by physical and emotional exhaustion, cynicism/depersonalization, and low sense of professional accomplishment. Multiple oncology-specific risk factors are associated with an increased susceptibility for the development of burnout. On a daily basis, oncologists are faced with life and death decisions and grieving much more frequently than are physicians in other specialties. Continuous exposure to fatal illnesses with limited success in cu...

Factors associated with burnout amongst healthcare workers providing HIV care in Malawi.

High rates of burnout have been reported in low and medium income countries and can detrimentally impact healthcare delivery. Understanding factors associated with burnout amongst health care workers providing HIV care may help develop interventions to prevent/treat burnout.

Severe burnout among critical care workers in Turkey.

To determine the prevalence and risk factors for burnout in the intensive care units (ICU) staff in Turkey. Burnout is prevelant in physicians and nurses in the ICU worldwide. Most ICU workers with burnout plan to leave their professions. Frequent replacement of ICU staff increases cost and decreases the quality of care. Prevalence and risk factors of burnout in ICU staff in Turkey are largely unknown.

Quality and Safety in Healthcare, Part LVIII: Promoting Physician Happiness and Wellness.

In the past, many articles focused on one or several interventions to prevent physician burnout, but increasingly, articles now focus on comprehensive programs to not only decrease burnout, but also to promote physician happiness and wellness. These programs include measuring burnout and joy in the workplace, promoting workplace safety and wellness activities, career assistance, optimizing compensation, increasing the respect shown to individuals and their teams, and coordination of the goals between the in...

Burnout And Resilience after a Decade in Palliative Care (BARD): What 'Survivors' have to teach us. A Qualitative Study of Palliative Care Clinicians with more than 10 years of experience.

Burnout is common amongst palliative care clinicians. Resilience helps to reduce burnout, compassion fatigue and is associated with longevity in palliative care.

First Year Burnout and Coping in One US Medical School.

Physician burnout is increasingly recognized as important for patient safety and physician wellness. Though several studies have examined burnout among medical students, few studies have examined the relationships between coping strategies and burnout. We hoped to preliminarily examine these relationships among first year medical students.

Burnout in UK care home staff and its effect on staff turnover: MARQUE English national care home longitudinal survey.

staff burnout and turnover lead to care home residents receiving poorer quality care. Burnout is thought to cause turnover, but this has never been investigated. We know little about which care home staffs are burnt out.

A Call to Restore Your Calling: Self-Care of the Emergency Physician in the Face of Life-Changing Stress: Part 5 of 6: Physician Burnout.

This fifth article in our series focuses on burnout in practicing pediatric emergency medicine physicians. As opposed to a general review of burnout, we address understudied and undervalued risk factors, drivers, and individual- and organizational-level solutions applicable to the emergency medicine workplace.Conflicting studies impact our understanding of the prevalence of burnout in our field and the role of depression. This article's story is anonymously submitted and leads us to our discussion of the he...

Overcoming Barriers to Hand Surgical Care in Low-Resource Settings.

There is a growing need for surgical treatment of hand injuries in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). This rise in disease burden places more pressure on these health care systems that are already struggling to provide access to surgical care for their patients. Hand surgery outreach initiatives have increased in recent years and provide much needed care and relief to these countries. There are significant patient-, physician-, institution-, and infrastructure-related barriers associated with develop...

Burnout and professional quality of life among Israeli dentists: the role of sensory processing sensitivity.

Dentistry is a stressful and exhausting profession with high levels of burnout. Sensory processing sensitivity (SPS) is a basic personality trait characterised by a gradient of sensitivity to both internal and external stimuli, including social and emotional cues. In this study, the influence of SPS on burnout and professional quality of life among Israeli dentists was analysed.


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