Resources tagged with: Student/Trainee
Paperwork Versus Patient Care: A Nationwide Survey of Residents’ Perceptions of Clinical Documentation Requirements and Patient Care

An anonymous, online survey was completed by 1,515 trainees in all postgraduate years of training and specialties in ACGME-accredited programs. The survey sought to...

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Relationship between burnout and professional conduct and attitudes among US medical students

The following article, published in JAMA, seeks to determine the relationship between measures of professionalism and burnout among US medical students. In a...

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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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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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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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Crucial Issues Forum 2017 from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) put together a two-day forum highlighting the importance of physician wellness and burnout summarized in this...

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Comparison of Male vs Female Resident Milestone Evaluations by Faculty During Emergency Medicine Residency Training

The following study compares faculty-observed training milestone attainment of male versus female residency training. The emergency medicine (EM) milestones provide...

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Emergency Medicine Residents Consistently Rate Themselves Higher than Attending Assessments on ACGME Milestones

While attending evaluation and feedback is crucial for resident development, perhaps equally important is a resident's self-assessment. If a resident does not...

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An Innovative Educational and Mentorship Program for Emergency Medicine Women Residents to Enhance Academic Development and Retention

Given the discrepancy between men and women’s equal rates of medical school matriculation and their rates of academic promotion and leadership role acquisition,...

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