Resource type: Peer-Reviewed Literature
The Well-Being of Physicians

Physician distress often spills over into their personal lives and manifests itself into depression, anxiety, substance abuse, divorce, broken relationships, and...

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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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Burnout and Resilience Among Nurses Practicing in High-Intensity Settings

This study published in the American Journal of Critical Care combats stressors and causal factors of burnout and moral distress by supporting creation of healthy...

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Prevalence of Depression, Depressive Symptoms, and Suicidal Ideation Among Medical Students A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Published in JAMA Network, this meta-analysis aims to estimate prevalence of depression and suicidal ideation in medical students. The percent of medical students...

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Rudeness and Medical Team Performance

The research study, published in Pediatrics, examines how rudeness experienced in medical settings impacts medical team performance. The results found that...

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The Group Health Medical Home At Year Two: Cost Savings, Higher Patient Satisfaction, And Less Burnout For Providers

Published in Health Affairs, this paper examines the effects of the patient-centered medical home model as a key vehicle to improve the quality of health care and...

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Duty-Hour Limits and Patient Care and Resident Outcomes: Can High-Quality Studies Offer Insight into Complex Relationships?

Published in Annual Review of Medicine, this article highlights what studies have shown about duty hours during residency affect fatigue, alertness, mood, and...

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Nurses’ Widespread Job Dissatisfaction, Burnout, And Frustration With Health Benefits Signal Problems For Patient Care

Job dissatisfaction among nurses makes our health care more expensive and less safe. This meta-analysis reported higher job dissatisfaction in nurses directly...

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Making a Significant Difference with Burnout Interventions: Researcher and Practitioner Collaboration

Published in Journal of Organizational Behavior, this article highlights sheds light on the successes of innovative partnerships between researchers and...

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