Resource topic: Organizational Factors
How can Educators support General Practice (GP) Trainees to develop Resilience to prevent Burnout?

This longitudinal cohort study, published in Education for Primary Care, seeks to identify which specific general practice trainee groups are particularly at risk...

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The Happy Docs Study: a Canadian Association of Interns and Residents Well-Being Survey examining Resident Physician Health and Satisfaction within and outside of Residency Training in Canada

The goal of "The Happy Docs Study" by Cohen et al. aims to increase knowledge of current stressors affecting residents' health and gather information regarding...

Report
Gender differences in work experiences, satisfactions and wellbeing among physicians in Turkey

This article investigates investigate gender differences in work experiences, satisfactions and psychological health among physicians in Turkey. The findings report...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
First year doctors experience of work related well-being and implications for educational provision

Published in the International Journal of Medical Education, Goodyear's research study explores factors affecting newly qualified doctors' well-being and...

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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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Impact of stress and work-family conflict on the mental well-being of physicians: Meditation by job and career satisfaction

This study, published in British Journal of Health Care Management, explores how perceived stress and work-family conflict impact mental well-being of physicians....

Occupational Well-Being in Anesthesiologists

Published by theĀ Brazilian Society of Anaesthetists, the following reportĀ aims to stimulate the development of effective action on the part of world entities...

Report
First Do No Self Harm: Understanding and Promoting Physician Stress Resilience

This book, published by Figley et al. discusses the ethics, suffering, and patient-related and political pressures that doctors deal with on a day-to-day basis. The...

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An exploration of key issues and potential solutions that impact physician wellbeing and professional fulfillment at an academic center

The purpose of this study, published in PeerJ was to explore academic physicians' perceptions about their work-related wellness on the basis of the following...

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