Resource topic: Effects on Clinician Health and Well-Being
Burnout and Job and Career Satisfaction in the Physician Assistant Profession: A Review of the Literature

While much is known about the prevalence of burnout among physicians and nurses, little is known about burnout in the physician assistant (PA) profession....

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Gender-Based Differences in Burnout: Issues Faced by Women Physicians

Women now account for an increasingly large percentage of medical school students and practicing physicians, yet there is still a scarcity of research on how...

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The Impact of a Required Longitudinal Stress Management and Resilience Training Course for First-Year Medical Students

This study, published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, determines whether a longitudinal stress management and resilience course improves well-being...

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The impact of organisational settings on physician wellbeing

Published in International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, this research study explores how operational freedom translates to well-being outcomes in...

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Impact of resident well-being and empathy assessments on faculty physicians

Published in Journal of General Internal Medicine, this research studies the influence of residents' well-being and empathy on their assessment of faculty...

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Employment, psychosocial work environment and well-being among migrant and native physicians in Finnish health care

Published in European Journal of Public Health, this cross-sectional survey study examines the differences in employment, perceptions of psychosocial work...

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The emotional needs of care recipients and the psychological well-being of informal caregivers: implications for home care clinicians

This exploratory research study, published in Home Health Care Nurse, studied perceived difficulty of emotional and physical care, perceived quality of care,...

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The comparison between resilience, responsibility and subjective well-being (SWB) amongst male and female physicians in Ahvaz, Iran

The study compared resilience, responsibility, and subjective well-being between male and female physicians of Golestan hospital in Ahvaz, Iran. The results found...

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Combat health care providers and resiliency: adaptive coping mechanisms during and after deployment

Published in Psychological Services, this study explores how deployed active-duty nurses and physicians vary in their perceptions of control and self-efficacy,...

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Characteristics of employment and well-being among physicians working in Santiago, Chile

With the diversification of physician duties and and a tendency to work in several paid jobs simultaneously is observed in Chilean physicians.This article,...

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