Resource topic: Organizational Factors
Prevalence and Factors Associated with Burnout among Frontline Primary Health Care Providers in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review

This systematic review analyzes the prevalence and factors associated with provider burnout in low and middle income countries. Articles from three electronic...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Association of Clinical Specialty With Symptoms of Burnout and Career Choice Regret Among US Resident Physicians

This study sought to identify the association between rates of burnout and career choice regret amongst resident physicians and whether this varies by clinical...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
2015 Dentist Well-Being Survey Report

The ADA Health Policy Institute, along with the ADA Council on Dental Wellness Advisory Committee (DWAC), surveyed in 2015 to examine various stresses that may...

Report
Addressing Burnout in Radiologists

This report published by The Association of University Radiologists presents a review of prevalence, causes, and impacts of burnout among radiology faculty and...

Report
Physician Burnout: Resilience Training is Only Part of the Solution

This reflection piece discusses interventions to address both avoidable and unavoidable occupational suffering among physicians. It distinguishes between the two as...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
Measuring Our Values – Redoubling on a Commitment to Physician Health

Among the most telling statistics, suicide is the second leading cause of resident physician death. Growing health care costs, worsening physician shortages, along...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Health Care Leaders must put Physician Well-Being at Top of Agenda

The following article highlights Tait Shanafelt, MD, the first chief physician wellness officer at an academic medical center. He suggests addressing three domains...

Article
Organization-Level Interventions to Promote Physician Health and Well-Being: From Taking Care of Physicians to Giving Care to Patients.

The following article published in Physician Mental Health and Well-Being by Kirk J. Brower, examines the benefits in supporting both individual and organizational...

Article
Interns’ Participation and Learning in Clinical Environments in a New Zealand Hospital

Published in Academic Medicine, the following study explores factors encouraging interns to participate actively within clinical rotations. The findings resulted in...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Effects of 2- vs 4-Week Attending Physician Inpatient Rotations on Unplanned Patient Revisits, Evaluations by Trainees, and Attending Physician Burnout: A Randomized Trial

Published in JAMA, the following article compares effects of 2- and 4-week inpatient attending physician rotations on unplanned patient revisits, attending...

Article