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The impact of staff nurse empowerment on person-job fit and work engagement/burnout

The following study tests a model, which links staff nurse perceptions of empowerment to their perceived fit, with 6 areas of work life and work engagement/burnout...

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Avoiding burnout: The personal health habits and wellness practices of US surgeons

This study was intended to evaluate the health habits, routine medical care practices, and personal wellness strategies of American surgeons. It explores...

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Providing primary care in the United States: The work no one sees

Practice redesign efforts to improve the efficiency of primary care practice and increase the volume of patients that primary care providers are able to care for,...

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Stress, burnout and doctors’ attitudes to work are determined by personality and learning style: A twelve year longitudinal study of UK medical graduates

The study investigates the extent to which approaches to work, workplace climate, stress, burnout and satisfaction with medicine as a career, are predicted by...

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The process of suicidal planning among medical doctors: Predictors in a longitudinal Norwegian sample

This study investigates the process from suicidal thoughts to suicidal planning among physicians. First, predictors at medical school of postgraduate suicidal...

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Factors in medical school that predict postgraduate mental health problems in need of treatment. A nationwide and longitudinal study

This study examines the prevalence of mental health problems during the fourth postgraduate year, and investigates whether it is already possible to predict such...

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Personal life events and medical student well-being: A multicenter study

The following study identifies the prevalence of burnout, variation of its prevalence during medical school, and the impact of personal life events on burnout and...

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Burnout and self-reported patient care in an internal medicine residency program

This study examines the burnout in medical residents and its relationship to patient care in order to determine the prevalence of burnout in medical residents and...

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Efficacy of a brief screening tool to identify medical students in distress

The following study aims to determine whether the Medical Student Well-Being Index (MSWBI) can serve as a brief assessment tool to identify medical students in...

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Worklife and wellness in academic general internal medicine: Results from a national survey

The following study aims to assess academic general internal medicine (GIM) worklife and determine remediable predictors of stress and burnout. Physicians, nurse...

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