Burnout

Is There a Link Between Resident Attrition Rates and Resident Remediation?

Is There a Link Between Resident Attrition Rates and Resident Remediation?

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The use of resident remediation may decrease the 5-year attrition rates of residents.

The Track Through Residency: Is Running Away From Burnout an Option?

The Track Through Residency: Is Running Away From Burnout an Option?

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If medical training isn't a marathon, it's at least a hotly-contested 5K race.

Early Career Burnout Can Spread Through Social Networks

Early Career Burnout Can Spread Through Social Networks

Researchers found a one-unit increase in mean social network members' burnout levels tied to 0.21-unit increase in burnout.

Physician Attitude Significant Factor in Retaining Patients

Physician Attitude Significant Factor in Retaining Patients

Other variables that encourage patients to leave include cost, bedside manner and comfort of the facility.

Don't Listen to the Burnout "Experts" — Listen to Your Heart

Don't Listen to the Burnout "Experts" — Listen to Your Heart

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"I know they never taught happiness in medical school, but you deserve happiness just as much as anyone else."

Why Are More Women Leaving Behind Their Stethoscopes?

Why Are More Women Leaving Behind Their Stethoscopes?

Stressors include pay gap, burnout, and transitioning back following a temporary leave.

Physician Burnout Risk Factors Identified in Six Areas

Physician Burnout Risk Factors Identified in Six Areas

Tools gauging burnout focuses on workload, control, rewards, community, fairness and values.

Higher Grief Responses and Burnout Among Female Oncologists

Higher Grief Responses and Burnout Among Female Oncologists

For both genders, grief reactions were linked to emotional distress among those at high levels of burnout.

Counteracting Physician Burnout with Leadership Training

Counteracting Physician Burnout with Leadership Training

Leadership ratings were strongly linked to employee burnout and satisfaction.

Burnout Diminishing Sense of Calling for Many Physicians

Burnout Diminishing Sense of Calling for Many Physicians

Physicians who are burned out have lower odds of 6 validated aspects of sense of calling.

Burnout Prevalent Among Many Pediatric Residents

Burnout Prevalent Among Many Pediatric Residents

Residents with burnout have increased odds of suboptimal patient care attitudes and behaviors.

Finding a Work-Life Balance as a Provider

Finding a Work-Life Balance as a Provider

It is important for providers to find time to de-stress with enjoyable hobbies.

Addressing Depression Among Medical Students

Addressing Depression Among Medical Students

"Ultimately, it is about culture. Efforts need to be made at all levels of medical education and training to create more supportive and nurturing educational settings."

Quality and Safety of Health Care Affected by Physician Burnout

Quality and Safety of Health Care Affected by Physician Burnout

Health care provider burnout is negatively linked to the quality and safety of health care.

Is It Time to Call 'Burnout' What It Really Is?

Is It Time to Call 'Burnout' What It Really Is?

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Truthfully, what is called burnout should more accurately be recognized for what it really is—abuse.

Physician Burnout Addressed by Using 'Reset Rooms'

Physician Burnout Addressed by Using 'Reset Rooms'

A 'reset room' is 1 of 3 steps that Hennepin County Medical Center has introduced in addressing burnout.

New Strategies May Help in Managing Physician Burnout

New Strategies May Help in Managing Physician Burnout

This study suggests that shorter workdays and stress-management training can help US physicians affected by burnout.

Meditation Recommended to Physicians to Address Burnout and Improve Well-Being

Meditation Recommended to Physicians to Address Burnout and Improve Well-Being

The AMA suggests that meditation should be practiced every day and can actually help address physician burnout.

Electronic Health Records Found to Overwhelm and Increase Physician Burnout Rates

Electronic Health Records Found to Overwhelm and Increase Physician Burnout Rates

This survey finds that physicians who have to use EHRs report higher rates of burnout and job dissatisfaction.

New Model Established to Help Reduce Physician Burnout

New Model Established to Help Reduce Physician Burnout

The new model to help reduce physician burnout includes 3 factors: choice, social connectedness and excellence.

Physician Burnout Rates on the Rise, May Have Serious Personal and Professional Consequences

Physician Burnout Rates on the Rise, May Have Serious Personal and Professional Consequences

According to this report, many more doctors are experiencing burnout, which may have serious consequences to their personal and professional lives.

The Juggling Act of Balancing Work and Personal Life

The Juggling Act of Balancing Work and Personal Life

In recent years, Americans desire for balance between work and personal life has grown substantially. In the Huffington Post, Chad Brooks recently discussed a 2013 Accenture study that found over two-thirds of US employees now believe they can have a rewarding career as well as a fulfilling life outside of the workplace. It is no longer enough for many workers to be successful in their fields; they also want to have a high-quality personal life.

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