Resource topic: Personal Factors
Exploring public sector physicians’ resilience, reactions and coping strategies in times of economic crisis; findings from a survey in Portugal’s capital city area

This paper, published in BMC Health Services Research, explores how Portuguese public sector physicians are adapting to the recent economic crisis in Europe and...

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An exploration of the role of religion/spirituality in the promotion of physicians’ wellbeing in Emergency Medicine

The high prevalence of burnout in Emergency Medicine has a significant impact on quality of care and workforce retention. This study determined whether higher...

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Effects of active on-call hours on physicians’ turnover intentions and well-being

Published in Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, the research study examines whether active on-call hours and co-occurrence of lifestyle risk...

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Clinician stress and patient-clinician communication in HIV care

Published in Journal of General Internal Medicine, this study investigates associations between clinician stress and patient-clinician communication in primary HIV...

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Personality and Values as Predictors of Medical Specialty Choice

Taber's research study, published in Journal of Vocational Behavior, aimed to separately and simultaneously examine the effects of personality traits and physician...

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Myers-Briggs Type and Medical Specialty Choice: A New Look at an Old Question

The article, published in Teaching and Learning in Medicine, aims to determine (a) changes in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) profiles of medical students over...

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Mid-Career Burnout in Generalist and Specialist Physicians

This article, published in JAMA Network, highlights and defines job dissatisfaction and burnout of all specialties in the context of early childhood development,...

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Moving Toward Evidence-Based Interventions for Trainee and Physician Wellness

Shea's commentary article in JAMA Internal Medicine, discusses data from a longitudinal study exploring depression during the internship year following graduation...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
Cultivating Moral Resilience

Rushton's article in American Journal of Nursing explores unfound findings and solutions relating to moral distress, a form of moral suffering in the face of...

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Executive Summary: Transforming Moral Distress into Moral Resilience in Nursing

A collaborative project developed by the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, the American Journal of Nursing, and the...

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