Resource type: Peer-Reviewed Literature
Burnout among American surgeons

This study examines the long-term consequences of stress on the surgeon and to measure the prevalence of burnout in actively practicing American surgeons. 1706...

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A national study of burnout among American transplant surgeons

This study examines burnout in a national sample of transplant surgeons. Data analyses were conducted on a sample of 209 actively practicing transplant surgeons in...

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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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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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An estimate of the cost of burnout on early retirement and reduction in clinical hours of practicing physicians in Canada

The following study estimates the cost of burnout on early retirement and reduction in clinical hours of practicing physicians in Canada through data collected from...

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The percieved organizational impact of the gender gap across a Canadin department of medicine and proposed strategies to combat it: a qualitative study

The following study explores the perspectives of faculty members at a single department of medicine on the impact of the existing gender gap on organizational...

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Gender Differences in Publication Productivity, Academic Position, Career Duration and Funding Among U.S. Academic Radiation Oncology Faculty

This study aims to analyze gender differences in rank, career duration, publication productivity and research funding among radiation oncologists at U.S. academic...

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Career Development of Physician Scientists: A Survey of Leaders in Academic Medicine

The following article provides information on current practices and policies around mentorship and support in medical schools and teaching hospitals. A survey was...

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Gender differences in the salaries of physician researchers

This study seeks to determine whether salaries differ by gender in a relatively homogeneous cohort of physician researchers and, if so, whether these differences...

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Gender differences in salary in a recent cohort of early-career physician-researchers.

The following study examines whether the gender pay gap exists in a recently hired cohort of physicians through a survey of 1,275 physicians. The authors observed,...

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